tisdag, oktober 16, 2007

Hög tid att STÄNGA Hamas i Malmö !!

Under täckmanteln
fortsätter man år efter år att samla in pengar till
terrorverksamhet mot Israel.
förra året omintetgjordes av Malmö tingsrätt, men
utredningen lär fortsätta och fortsätta och fortsätta.....
Al Aqsa hjälper till att sätta Malmö på kartan
(d v s den internationella terroristkartan.....),
men det är något staden kan vara utan.
Hamas continues to receive funds from a number of
nonprofit charitable organizations in Europe.
Two organizations linked to Hamas funding
—Le Comite de Bienfaisance et le Solidarite avec la Palestine
(CBSP) in France and InterPal, the Palestinian Relief and
Development Fund in Britain—were declared illegal terrorist
organizations by the Israeli government in May 1997. The CBSP
was designated as an SDGT by the United States in 2003. Four
offices of the organization operate in France in Paris, Lyon, Lille,
and Marseilles. It raises funds among the Muslim population in
France, particularly in mosques and Islamic centers focusing on the
Palestinian and North African communities. The amount of funds
raised by CBSP for Hamas is estimated to be millions of dollars a
year. InterPal, or the Palestinian Relief and Development Fund in the
UK, reportedly transferred $6 million to Hamas institutions in
2002. An estimated $3 million-$4 million of the funds was used by
Hamas in the West Bank and Gaza. InterPal was designated as an
SDGT by the United States in August 2003. The U.S. Treasury
Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence described InterPal’s
activities in the following manner:
Interpal, headquartered in the UK, has been a principal charity
utilized to hide the flow of money to Hamas. Reporting indicates
it is the conduit through which money flows to Hamas
from other charities, e.g., the Al Aqsa Foundation, and that it
oversees the activities of other charities. For example, the Sanabil
Association for Relief and Development represents Interpal
in Lebanon. Reporting also indicates that Interpal is the
fundraising coordinator of Hamas, a coordination point for
other Hamas-affiliated charities. This role is of the type that
includes supervising activities of charities, developing new charities
in targeted areas, instructing how funds should be transferred
from one charity to another, and even determining public
relations policy.
InterPal raises funds in the UK among the Muslim population
in that country and transfers funds to Hamas-linked charitable and
social welfare institutions in the Palestinian Authority areas. The
majority of the funds collected by InterPal are collected at Islamic
centers, mosques, Muslim conventions, fundraisers, and other
social activities.

Hamas also continues to receive funds from the
Al-Aqsa Foundation,
which has operated in Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark,
Belgium, Sweden, Pakistan, South Africa, and Yemen.
In 2001 the Al-Aqsa office in Holland raised $650,000;
in 2002 it raised 600,000 Euros.
In 2002 its office in Aachen, Germany, was closed by
the German government, and in April 2003, Dutch
authorities froze the Al-Aqsa Foundation’s accounts.
Additionally, criminal charges have been filed against
three officials of the Al-Aqsa Foundation in Denmark
for supporting terrorism.

Nevertheless, the Al-Aqsa Foundation’s activities have
continued through its other European offices,
and via a separate charitable organization in Belgium
called the Islamic African Relief Agency (IARA).
In 2004, the IARA was designated as an SDGT
by the U.S.
Treasury Department, which describes the
organization as being “responsible for moving funds to
the Palestinian territories for use in terrorist activities,
notably serving as a conduit to Hamas.” The
Treasury report continued, “In part, funds were raised through
IARA collection boxes marked ‘Allah’ and ‘Israel,’ signaling the
funds would be directed towards attacks against Israelis. Within the
last year, IARA was reportedly linked to the Belgium office of the
Al-Aqsa Foundation, a Specially Designated Global Terrorist.”
(SDGT = Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity)