Monday, September 26, 2011

Afghan Haqqani Terror Network Using Dubai UAE As Funding Base With Front Companies, Stolen Cars Worldwide End Up In Dubai For Re-Exporting.

US Embassy Cables S E C R E T ABU DHABI...US-UAE Further Cooperation to Disrupt Taliban Finance. CLASSIFIED BY: Richard Olson, Ambassador, State Department, U.S. Embassy Abu Dhabi.

The Taliban and Haqqani Network are believed to earn money from UAE-based business interests, stolen car racket. Security officials from both SSD and GDSS agreed that the Taliban and Haqqani Network are serious threats. Officials from SSD added that Iran supports the Taliban with money and weapons, helps the Taliban smuggle drugs, and facilitates the movement of Taliban and al-Qaida members. SSD officials stated that Iran's IRGC and navy are involved with these activities.

GDSS officials noted Iran's support to Taliban in Pakistan, adding that GDSS believes that India Mafia members also has supported Pakistani Taliban and Pashtun separatists like the Haqqani Network.  The India Mafia would be Dawood Ibrahim's "D" Company.

DUBAI UAE...The Treasury Department announced sanctions on two Afghan nationals accused of providing support to al Qaeda, the Taliban and the Haqqani network. Said Jan ‘Abd Al-Salam and Khalil Al-Rahman Haqqani Dubai UAE were added to U.S. government’s list of specially designated global terrorists, meaning any assets they hold under U.S. jurisdiction were frozen and U.S. persons are prohibited from doing business with them. 

The department said Khalil Al-Rahman Haqqani raised funds for the network in Dubai, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Iran and China. Stuart Levey, the Treasury Department’s undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence called Haqqani “among the Haqqani Network’s most important figures and fund raisers.

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