May 4, 2010, - 12:51 pm
Times Square bomber and Islamic terrorist Faisal Shahzad didn’t just try to commit violent jihad by committing mass carnage in Times Square. He also committed economic jihad through mortgage fraud. He was not merely “in foreclosure,” as the mainstream media is reporting. That’s passive, when you can’t pay your bills. He deliberately committed mortgage fraud. That’s active and planned. And it’s a frequent tool of Islamic terrorists and other Muslims defrauding the system.
For many years, I’ve written about large scale Muslim mortgage fraud rings (including here and here among many others). A good deal of them are involved in Hezbollah and HAMAS financing. In fact, there is so much mortgage fraud tied to Hezbollah that more than one in every five homes in Dearbornistan, where Shi’ite Muslims dominate, has been foreclosed. And the high numbers in Dearborn and Muslim-dominated sections of Detroit have helped push Michigan into the top five states for mortgage fraud.
The feds have traced a good deal of the money going “back home” to finance terrorist attacks. Some of those involved in those rings have been indicted and prosecuted in federal court. They know what they are doing. They knew they couldn’t afford the homes, and they deliberately bought the homes for cool cash loans from banks, never intending to make payments, or they enlisted straw buyers–usually Blacks whom they paid off–so they could pocket the cash. Nemr Ali Rahal and his wife Rania engaged in mortgage fraud while they recruited Hezbollah terrorists and went back and forth from their Dearbornistan home to Canada. Authorities detected radiation on his and his childrens’ passports when they returned. And there are so many more examples.
So, when you hear that Times Square Islamic terrorist Faisal Shahzad’s home “was in foreclosure,” as all the mainstream media reports say, don’t look at this as a passive, voluntary activity. This man was deliberately committing mortgage fraud. It’s a form of economic jihad against Americans and helps the Islamic terrorist live essentially rent-free on your dime, for a good deal of time while he planned and took the steps to carry out his attempted bombing of Times Square. He lied and claimed he worked on Wall Street. I’ll bet you anything he put some similar lie on his mortgage application and other bank documentation. Wonder if we’ll ever get to see the fraudulent documents.
Court records show that the suspect in the failed Times Square bombing defaulted on a $200,000 mortgage on his Connecticut home and that the property is in foreclosure.
Records obtained by The Associated Press show that Chase Home Finance LLC sued Shahzad in September to foreclose on the home in Shelton.
The foreclosure records show Shahzad took out the mortgage on the property in 2004, and he co-owned the home with a woman named Huma Mian. The foreclosure case is pending in Milford Superior Court.
Yup, basically you and Chase Home LLC helped finance his terrorist attack.
As I always say, “Religion of Peace . . . and Mortgage Fraud.”
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