Yet another Islamic charity ends up financing jihad terror. Once authorities realize that this is one way for Muslims who are not prepared to join in hot warfare to aid the jihad, they will no longer consider this kind of thing anomalous. “U.S. Adds Islamic Charity To Terror Black List Over Its Links To LeT,” from AHN, November 25:
Washington, D.C., United States (AHN) – The United States has added Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation, an Islamic charity group, which was the key aid provider to hundreds and thousands of flood-displaced people this year, to its terrorist black list over its al-Qaeda links.
There were speculations that the notorious Jihadi group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), which is blamed for 2008 deadly Mumbai attacks, was using the charity, which also runs ambulances’ fleet across Pakistan, as its front.
Announcing it on the blacklist, State Department’s coordinator for counter-terrorism, Daniel Benjamin said, “LeT has attempted to use Falah-e-Insaniyat as a way to evade scrutiny. This designation will help put to an end to that attempted evasion.”
Benjamin added that the group’s leader Hafiz Abdur Rauf along with two other LeT-linked men Mian Abdullah and Mohammad Naushad Alam Khan were also named on the list of “specially designated global terrorists”….