August 14, 2007, - 3:05 pm
Who is Hussein Dabaja?: Hezbollah Billboard Backer Engaged in Car-Buying Fraud; Sending Cash to Hezbollah?
By Debbie Schlussel
Yesterday, I told you about Hussein Dabaja, who disclosed to both The Windsor Star and The National Post of Canada that it was he who came up with the idea and helped pay for the Hezbollah billboard that went up in Windsor, Canada, Friday. I also told you about how the Dabaja family is a prominent Hezbollah family from Bint Jbeil, Lebanon.
Now, Free Pioneer points out that a man named Hussein Dabaja has been engaged in Used Car Fraud and there are warnings out telling people not to sell him cars. He apparently writes checks for cars, and they are returned NSF (Non-Sufficient Funds), once they are deposited (and after he’s taken off with the car).
Here are the official warning notices about not doing biz with Dabaja (click on the images to read the entire documents):
Terrorist financiers and money-launderers have long engaged in the used car business and in similar fraud to that by Dabaja. That’s how Hezbollah has gotten a lot of its North American-based financing. Is the cash from this funding Hezbollah overseas? Did it fund the billboard in downtown Windsor?
Tags: Bint Jbeil, Canada, car, David Lunde, Debbie Schlussel Yesterday, Hizballah, Hussein Dabaja, Lebanon, National Science Foundation, Non-Sufficient Funds, The National Post, the Windsor Star, Windsor