Izetbegovic with Nedzib Sacirbey promoted Islam by numerous publications in the journal Mujahid. He and Sacirbey were imprisoned in 1946 for 3 years, they remained close.
Nedzib Sacirbey was the father of none other than the “American” Muslim Mohammed Sacirbey, who was later picked by President Alija Izetbegovic as Bosnia’s ambassador to the US. Mohammed Sacirbey later became the boyfriend of none other than Mabel Wisse Smit when they worked at the United Nations.
In 1992, President Izetbegovic appealed to Muslims around the world for help in fighting the evil Serbs. Thousands of Afghan-Arabs in the Middle East were ready and willing to fight for Islam (the destruction of Yugoslavia).
In December 1992, Izetbegovic met Saudi King Fahd, who promised the Bosniak leader Saudi support. Some $70-100 million in food aid, construction crews, trucks and cash from Saudi Arabia were funneled into Bosnia in the early months of the war.
Iran provided the guns. In 1992, it was the only Islamic state caught breaking the UN arms embargo imposed on Yugoslavia.
In December 1992, at the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) meeting, Iran advocated a "Final Declaration" allowing Islamic states to arm the Bosniaks if the UN and "the West" did not take action against the evil Serbs by mid-January 1993.
Izetbegovic met Iranian leaders in Tehran to thank them for their "over-all support".
The 20 supporters of Al Qaeda consisted of the Golden Chain, which included 6 bankers and 12 businessmen with a net worth of roughly $85 billion. The 6 bankers were major principals in Saudi Arabia's 3 largest banks: the National Commercial Bank (NCB), Al Riyadh Bank, and the Al Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation.
Following the death of Salim bin Mahfouz he was succeeded by his son Khaled bin Mahfouz as CEO and largest shareholder of NCB stock. In 1989, he was also appointed to the governing council of the Saudi oil giant Aramco by King Fahd.
In 1992, when BCCI collapsed, Khaled was forced to resign as CEO of NCB. In November 1993, the charges were settled with the liquidators of BCCI. Khaled bin Mahfouz agreed to pay a $245 million settlement, including a personal fine of $37 million.
In the 1990s, Yassin Abdallah al-Qadi, assistant to Khaled bin Mahfouz, introduced Islamic banking services at NCB and the Al Rajhi Bank with the assistance of the National Management Consultancy Center (NMCC) of which he was Director from 1991 to 2002.
Yassin Abdullah al-Qadi also founded the Islamic Muwafaq Foundation “charity”.
After Al-Qadi had visited the region, he registered the Muwafaq Foundation in Zagreb, Croatia, in November 1992. The following year, he opened an office in Sarajevo.
From 1992 to 1996 the Muwafaq Foundation in the Balkans was managed by Chafiq Ayadi. When Ayadi was kidnapped in 1994 by Serbians, who complained that he only helped Muslims, Yassin al-Qadi paid his ransom.
The Muwafaq Foundation was also active in Breda, the Netherlands. Its board members included Yassin al-Qadi of Saudi Arabia.
In the 1990s, Al-Qadi was also on the board of directors of the Al Haramain wa al-Masjed al-Aqsa “charity”, registered in Saudi Arabia, which was also active in Sarajevo.
In 1998, the FBI accused Al-Qadi of transferring $820,000 to HAMAS through the Chicago-based Quranic Literacy Institute.
After 9/11, in 2002, Albanian authorities seized the 15-story building under construction by the Karavan Construction Company, owned by Yassin al-Qadi. Al-Qadi had been active in Albania since the arrival of the Muwafaq charity and was suspected of laundering some $10 million in support of Al Qaeda.
J. Millard Burr and Robert O. Collins – Alms for Jihad (2006): https://archive.org/stream/alms_for_jih ... l_djvu.txt
(alternative here: http://archive.is/P86cC)
Customers of the Ptech Inc. that was controlled by Yassin al-Qadi, have included the FBI, Booz Allen Hamilton, IRS, US Air Force, IBM, NATO and the Dutch ABN Amro Bank: http://web.archive.org/web/200212040833 ... t.list.asp
For more on Yassin al-Qadi, Ptech, the Muslim Brotherhood, BMI and 9/11:
posting.php?mode=quote&f=31&p=5347Firestarter wrote: ↑Tue Sep 18, 2018 3:46 pmYassin al-Qadi - a Saudi multimillionaire, who is also a major investor in the computer company Ptech (with $5 million of Ptech’s start-up money).
Al-Qadi claims to have liquidated his BMI investment in 1996. However, another company operating from the same office as BMI, Kadi International Inc. lists Al-Qadi as its president.
Al-Qadi says in an interview shortly after 9/11:I have also met with US Vice President and former Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney in Jeddah [Saudi Arabia] when he came for a lecture organized by the Dallah Group. I spoke to him for a long time and we still have cordial relations.