Sunday, June 13, 2021

Four Members of Tampa's Osama Sam Mustafa's PFLP Terror Group Arrested Funneling EU Humanitarian Aid Money to Fund Terrorism.

Four Members of Tampa's Osama Sam Mustafa's PFLP Terror Group Arrested Funneling EU Humanitarian Aid Money to Fund Terrorism. PHOTO ABOVE MEMBERS OF the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) aim their weapons at an effigy depicting US President Donald Trump as they ride a truck during a protest in Gaza City. The PFLP is a murderous terrorist organization. Tampa's Osama Sam Mustafa had numerous links to terrorism and was a high ranking member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) before he was arrested in Amman Jordan and deported back to the USA and Federal prison in 2019. Four Palestinians are expected to be indicted in Israel for funneling European humanitarian aid to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a designated terrorist group the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) announced. JP WRITES: The four suspects are Tisir Abu Sharbak, 47, of Ramallah, a PFLP member and the Health Work Committees’ accountant; Saeed Abdat, 46, from Ramallah, a PFLP member and the Health Work Committees’ former accountant; Amro Hamuda, from Al-Bira, a PFLP member and former procurement manager for the Health Work Committees; and Hoani Rashmawi, 63, of Tzahor, a citizen of Spain who was in charge of fundraising in Europe for the Health Work Committees. The PFLP’s “method of deception,” as the Shin Bet called it, worked in several European countries, bringing in millions of Euros, much of which was used to commit acts of terror. The Shin Bet, together with the IDF and police, found that the funding was sent to Palestinian organizations in the West Bank – particularly one called Health Work Committees – that are affiliated with the PFLP, designated a terrorist organization by the EU, US, Canada, and others. The Shin Bet said it has materials documenting the lengths to which the organizations went to mislead European countries, including diverting large sums of money from European governmental institutions to terrorism. The Palestinian NGOs generated reports of fictional projects, false documents, forged bank authorizations and more. The European funds were used to fund attacks and buildup of forces, subsidize families of PFLP terrorists, pay salaries to activists, expand recruitment activities, and promote the group’s ideology.

FLORIDA BULLDOG WRITES: Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner has said he was contacted multiple times by Osama Sam Mustafa via email in 2016 while Osama Mustafa was a fugitive to complain about stories Bill Warner posted about him on Warner’s website. “I told you a million times I had zero knowledge of 9-11 nor did I have any contact with these guys at all except for the time I told this guy, you idiots call Nawaf [al-Hazmi] to run my wife’s car through the car wash,” Osama Mustafa wrote, according to a copy of the email reproduced on the website. The PFLP Jihad Jibril Brigades targeted Israeli communities in Eshkolot, Southern District, Israel, in a March 20 2017 rocket attack. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC) was designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization on October 8, 1997. The PFLP-GC receives safe haven and logistical and military support from Syria and financial support from Iran. The PFLP-CG, under Syrian influence, opposed the Oslo accords and advocated the continuation of the armed insurrection during the 1990s. Because their opposition is similar to that of Hamas, the two organizations were drawn to one another and today often coordinate their positions and attacks. Primary focus now on guerrilla operations in southern Lebanon and small-scale attacks in Israel, West Bank, and Gaza Strip.
The military wing of the PFLP is called the Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades. The PFLP is well known for pioneering armed aircraft-hijackings in the late 1960s and early 1970s they are based in the West Bank, and Gaza Strip. Tampa's Osama Sam Mustafa was on the run for several years facing 20 years in federal prison for IRS check scam, he stole $17.9 Million which was not recovered. Osama Sam Mustafa was arrested by the FBI at the US Embassy in Amman Jordan in 2019, he was brought in by unidentified mercenaries. The PFLP has a branch in Amman Jordan called the the Jordanian Popular Democratic Unity Party. Tampa's Osama Sam Mustafa was high ranking member of the terrorist group PFLP militant Abu Ali Mustapha Brigades based in Ramallah West Bank about 140 miles from Amman Jordan. The PFLP developed contacts at this time with Islamic fundamentalist groups linked to Iran – both Palestinian Hamas, and the Lebanon-based Hizbullah – a detour from its avowedly Marxist orientation. The PFLP has therefore formed alliances with other leftist groups formed within the Palestinian Authority, including the Palestinian People's Party and the Popular Resistance Committees of Gaza. In 1990, the PFLP transformed its Jordan branch into a separate political party, the Jordanian Popular Democratic Unity Party.


The PFLP-GC split from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in 1968, claiming it wanted to focus more on resistance and less on politics. Originally, the group was violently opposed to the Arafat-led Palestinian Liberation Organization. Ahmad Jibril, a former captain in the Syrian Army, has led the PFLP-GC since its founding. The PFLP-GC is closely tied to both Syria and Iran. Since the early 1990s, the group has primarily focused on supporting Hizballah's attacks against Israel, training members of other Palestinian terrorist groups, and smuggling weapons. The PFLP-GC maintained an armed presence in several Palestinian refugee camps, at its own military bases in Lebanon, and along the Lebanon-Syria border. In recent years, the PFLP-GC has been implicated by Lebanese security officials in several rocket attacks against Israel. In 2009, the group was responsible for wounding two civilians in an armed attack in Nahariyya, Northern District, Israel. In 2011, the PFLP-GC Jihad Jibril Brigades targeted Israeli communities in Eshkolot, Southern District, Israel, in a March 20 2017 rocket attack. In November 2012, PFLP-GC claimed responsibility for a bus bombing in Tel Aviv that injured 29 people. In 2015, the PFLP-GC reportedly began fighting alongside the Assad regime in Syria, while also receiving logistical and military aid from Hizballah and Iran.


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Saturday, June 5, 2021

WWII D-Day Normandy June 6 1944: Paratrooper Robert 'Bobby' Warner 82nd Airborne Division 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment

WWII D-Day Normandy June 6 1944: Paratrooper Robert 'Bobby' Warner 82nd Airborne Division All American (AA), 3rd Battalion, Company G, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR) was there in Sainte Mere Eglise France. In Normandy, the 82nd gained its first Medal of Honor of the war, belonging to Private First Class Charles N. DeGlopper of the 325th GIR. By the time the division was relieved, in early July 1944, the 82nd had seen 33 days of severe combat and casualties had been heavy. Losses included 5,245 troopers killed, wounded, or missing, for a total of 46% casualties. Major General Ridgway's post-battle report stated in part, "33 days of combat action without relief, without replacements. Every mission accomplished. No ground gained was ever relinquished". PFC Robert 'Bobby' Warner made all 3 combat jumps with the 82nd Airborne in Western Europe during WWII, Operation Overlord Normandy on D-Day France 6/6/1944, Operation Market Garden in the Netherlands 9/17/1944, and Operation Varsity in Rhineland Germany the last jump 3/24/1945, all under heavy machine gun fire by Nazi SS troops. Combat wounded PFC Robert 'Bobby' Warner also fought with the 82nd Airborne at the Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes forest, Belgium 12/16/1944.

As soon as Robert Warner joined the UD Army, he wanted to be in the paratroops, he was a volunteer, so they sent him to Fort Benning, Ga. for parachute training. In the early hours of June 6, 1944 82nd Airborne Division soldiers who dropped behind German lines were the first arrivals in the Normandy invasion. By the end of the day, about 176,000 soldiers from the United States, Britain, Canada and France stormed ashore. 

The 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment 82nd Airborne "All The Way!", "Death From Above", "Eighty Deuce". In the predawn hours of June 6, 1944, Trooper Robert F. Warner and the division parachuted into the marshes and hedgerows of the Cotentin Peninsula and into Ste.-Mère-Église behind a stretch of coastline that would forever be known as Utah Beach. 

In the early hours of June 6, 1944, paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division, All American (AA) dropped into Ste.-Mère-Église, a town of 1,500 astride a road network a few miles from the invasion sector called Utah Beach. Their mission was to block German troops from attacking the American infantrymen arriving at dawn in the vanguard of the D-Day invasion. By about 4:30 a.m., the paratroopers had seized the town, and Lt. Col. Edward Krause of the 505th Parachute Infantry raised an American flag outside the town hall. 

Paratrooper Army Pvt. Robert Warner, who was in his early 20s at the time, landed in Normandy (Ste.- Mere- Eglise) with the 507th Parachute Infantry (82nd Airborne). He had enlisted in April 1942 after graduation from the former St. Patrick Academy High School in Binghamton. A newspaper story reported him as getting injured in combat, although his injuries were not life-threatening. During the next 35 days, the 82nd experienced intense combat in battles at places with names such as Ste.-Mère-Église, Hill 30, and a little stone bridge at La Fière. 

“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.”- Leonardo da Vinci. Robert F. Warner is a member of a very select airborne fraternity. Robert F. Warner was a 20 year old volunteer for the US Army 507th paratroopers, the 82nd Airborne ‘All-American’ Division, he survived three Combat Jumps during WWII in Europe from 1944 to 1945, starting with D-Day in Normandy June 6th 1944, and fought hand to hand combat in the Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes forest, Belgium 12/16/1944. Even among elite paratroopers, such an achievement is noteworthy.

By March 24, 1945 Robert F. Warner was serving as a private in Company G, 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division. On that day, his unit was dropped by parachute across the Rhine river near Fluren, Germany. PFC Robert Warner 82nd Airborne was wounded during the action and received a Purple Heart medal. Robert F. Warner, 3rd Battalion 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, Company G, was a proud veteran of the 82nd Airborne till the day he died in Sarasota Fl Sep 3rd 1995 at the age of 74.

 

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