Meet the New South Asian Threat in America



by Mustang

Our man on the beat in the UK

Before you send Helping Hand for Relief and Development money, you should probably know that this group is but one of several branches of Jamaat-e-Islami, a terrorist organization founded in British India in 1941, responsible for the slaughter of thousands around the world and is today well hidden within the Moslem Council of Britain and the Islamic Circle of North America.  (Think about that last title for just a moment).

Jamaat-e-Islami Founder Syed Abul Ala Maududi

Helping Hand for Relief and Development (HHRD) claims to be a world leader in empowering lives, creating opportunities, and strengthening the bond of humanity—and, according to their website, they respond to human suffering in emergency and disaster situations around the world … offering their helping hand regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, class, location, religion, color, cultural diversity, or social background.

HHRD is partnered with another charitable organization called ICNA Relief which offers a “helping hand” inside the United States.

Sound good?

Now, about these charities—they raise tens of millions of dollars each year, and I’ll bet you’ll never guess where all that money goes.


Here’s a hint: Hamas.  They also funded the Al Khidmat and Lashkar-e-Taiba organizations, which were responsible for the murders of 166 people in Mumbai in 2008.  But don’t fry your brain trying to figure out all of these organizations; there are too many of them—no small network, trust me, and besides that, they’re way too hard to pronounce.  You can read up on them here (background) and here (an update).

But here’s the best part: your tax dollars are (and have been) funding international terror.  Ha!  Bet you never saw that coming!  Clever, these Islamists.  What no one in the House of Representatives understands (apparently) is that if you feed the proxy, you feed the central organization.

Republican Jim Banks wants to end our government’s funding, and he wants a criminal investigation into the links between the charity and Pakistan’s terrorist movements.  Sadly, Banks is in the minority party, so I don’t look for much happening in this quarter.

But at least now YOU know about this scam, and you can tell your friends, and they can tell their friends, and … you get the picture.

Beside the fact that the government never asked me if I would like to contribute a percentage of my taxes to this or any other charity, our government’s funding of terror is but one reason I have no confidence in “government sponsored” charities.

The way I’m looking at this is that the US government has forced me and you to become accessories to murder and mayhem.  And it does make one wonder about how many other terrorist organizations our government is sponsoring.  Perhaps an email to your congressional representative would help Mr. Banks cut off funding to this and all other terrorist organizations (including Planned Parenthood, whose murder of innocents runs into the tens of millions).

Just a thought …


For more

Check out Middle East Forum   “A South Asian Threat in America”

Background wikipedia


Islamic Circle of North America

According to ICNA, its goal “shall be to seek the pleasure of Allah through the struggle of Iqamat-ud-Deen establishment of the Islamic system of life as spelled out in the Qur’an and the Sunnah of Muhammad.”

ICNA seeks to promote Islam and the Islamic way of life in the United States.[11] They are active on the issues of War in Afghanistan and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Initially ICNA was composed of Muslim Americans of Indo-Pakistani descent who had split from ISNA.[12]

Mustang has other great reads over at his two blogs – Thoughts from Afar

with Old West Tales and Fix Bayonets

<span>%d</span> bloggers like this: