Yet another Islamic charity proves to be a funding source for the global jihad. “Terror suspects linked to al-Qaeda ‘on the run in Midlands,'” from the Daily Telegraph, February 8 (thanks to Sr. Soph):
The alleged jihadists, who all have joint Libyan/British citizenship, have been placed on Interpol’s Most Wanted list over claims they funded terror plots for Osama Bin Laden.
The international police force has made the men subject to a Red Notice – the highest level of arrest warrant – and have traced them to areas in and around Birmingham.
Abd’rabbah Ghuma, 51, Abdulbaqi Mohammed Khaled, 51, and Mohammed Benhammedi, 42, also appear on a United Nation’s list of Al Qaida associates.
Khaled and Benhammedi are accused of being key terror financiers, while Ghuma is accused of being involved in transferring cash and travel documents to Middle East terror cells….
Cops believe Al-Faqih, 41, played a role in a suicide bomb attack in Casablanca in 2003 which killed more than 40 people. He is a suspected member of a banned extremist organisation, the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), which is also allied to Al Qaida.
The three new Midland terror suspects have all had their assets frozen by the UN and were put on the Interpol watchlist days after a raid on an Islamic charity headquarters in Birmingham.
Sanabel Relief Agency, which was based in South Road, Sparkbrook, was raided by anti-terror police in February 2006 and has since been placed on a UN register of groups that allegedly fund Al Qaida and the Taliban.
Eight members of LIFG who were accused of supplying funding for terror groups through Sanabel Relief Agency were arrested during the country-wide police operation….