Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Jamal al Barzinji International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) Terror Investigation VA, Sami Al-Arain house arrest in VA, Jamal al Barzinji visits SUNY Binghamton NY.

Virginia grand jury is still investigating the terror connections of the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Dr. Jamal al Barzinji, this terror funding investigation has been ongoing since March of 2002...Sami Al-Arian is still being held by U.S. authorities since a Tampa pre-dawn raid in February 2003. Sami Al-Arian spent 5 years 7 months in prison (3 1/2 years in solitary confinement), and 3 years and 3 months under house arrest as of December 27th, 2011.

Operation GreenQuest, a federal interagency task force(JTTF), raided a network of radical Islamist institutions in Herndon, Va in March of 2002. The GreenQuest investigation has yet to be concluded, but Sami Al-Arian, who pled guilty in 2006 to assisting Palestinian Islamic Jihad, remains under house arrest since he has refused to testify as a grand jury witness in the case of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), a major subject of the GreenQuest inquiry.

On February 20, 2003, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Sami Al-Arian had been arrested as the alleged leader of the Palestine Islamic Jihad (PIJ) in the U.S., and Secretary of the PIJ's central worldwide governing group (the "Shura Council").

Sami al-Arain pleaded guilty to conspiracy to contribute services to or for the benefit of a "specially designated terrorist" organization, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Prison term Sami al-Arian....Conspiracy to aid terrorists: 57 months in Federal prison, and deportation (May 1, 2006), the deportation has not yet happened.  Sami al-Arain must remain under house detention at his daughter Laila’s residence in Virginia, pending results of the VA grand jury support of terrorism investigation.

NOVEMBER 21ST, 2011, International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) and Jamal al Barzinji head to Binghamton NYThe International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT), in partnership with the Institute of Global Cultural Studies (IGCS) at Binghamton University, SUNY, New York, organized a series of special events in honor of Professor Ali Mazrui, at the 45th annual meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), held at the Marriott Wardman Park hotel in Washington DC on November 18-19, 2011.   The climax of the Friday event was the presentation of Ismail al Faruqi Distinguished Scholar Award to Professor Mazrui, presented by Dr. Jamal Barzinji, Vice President of IIIT.

According to a recent Hudson Institute report, International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIIT) was founded in the U.S. in 1980 by U.S. Muslim Brotherhood leaders including Dr. Jamal Barzinji and Hisham Altalib who wished to promote the “Islamization of Knowledge” and who were also early leaders of ISNA. International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) was associated with the now defunct SAAR Foundation, a network of Islamic organizations located in Northern Virginia that was raided by the Federal government in March 2002 in connection with the financing of terrorism and both organizations had been under investigation at that time by the U.S. Justice Department until at least mid 2007 (grand jury investigation is ongoing). The IIIT organization appeared to have withdrawn from public view following the 2002 raids but seems to be enjoying a renaissance of late. IIIT has a network of affiliates located in Europe, Africa, the MIddle East, and Asia.

Dr. Jamal Barzinji links to terrorist Abdurahman Alamoudi; Grover Norquist also co-founded the Islamic Institute, along with former SAAR executive Abdurahman Alamoudi, who then became a regular White House guest, seen in numerous one-on-one photos with President Bush.  That ended when Alamoudi was convicted of terror funding and plotting the assassination of Saudi royals. In 2004 he began serving a 23 year prison term.

ABDURAHMAN ALAMOUDI SENTENCED TO JAIL IN TERRORISM FINANCING CASE; Aldurahman M. Alamoudi, a naturalized U.S. citizen who was born in Eritrea, was sentenced to 276 months in jail by District Judge Claude M. Hilton in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia, on July 30, 2004.

As part of a plea agreement, Alamoudi agreed to cooperate fully and truthfully in any and all investigations, including an ongoing investigation into a plot to assassinate an ally in the war against terrorism. Court documents filed in conjunction with his plea agreement describe how, from November 1995 to September 2003, Alamoudi devised a scheme to obtain money from Libya and other sources overseas for transmission into the United States without attracting the attention of federal immigration, customs and law enforcement officials.

Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com.