The Gulf Emirates have long used charity fronts to recruit and financially support jihadi fighters. The Muslim World League, Benevolence International Foundation, the Qatar Charitable Society and other groups have funded al-Qaeda.
The International Relations and Information Center (IRIC) was tied to the Bojinka plot, an ambitious scheme to assassinate the Pope, bomb airliners, and crash a plane into the CIA headquarters.
The IRIC and related Islamic organizations were established by Mohammed Jamal Khalifa, Osama bin Laden’s brother-in-law. The Al-Kifah Refugee Center had ties to both the CIA and Osama bin Laden. It raised funds in the United States that were sent to Maktab al-Khidamat in Afghanistan. The organization later became al-Qaeda. Ali Mohamed, an instructor at Fort Bragg, worked through the center and trained the terrorists who bombed the World Trade Center in 1993.
The State Department’s Agency for International Development (USAID) funded the Islamic American Relief Agency, an organization linked to funding al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia, who replaced his older brother King Abdullah following his death in January, has a history of funding al-Qaeda. Salman used the Third World Relief Agency, a known al-Qaeda front, to deliver weapons to jihadists in the Balkans. He also headed the Saudi High Commission for Relief to Bosnia and Herzegovina, a charitable front for al-Qaeda in the Balkans.
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