March 16, 2007, - 4:41 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Ealier this week, I wrote about Yehia Ali Ahmed Alomari, Mohamed Al Huraibi, and Saleh Mohamed Taher Saeed–three New York-based Muslim “businessmen” who were indicted on charges of wanting to send hundreds of thousands of dollars to Hezbollah.
I was remiss in not mentioning that this case was successfully investigated by Agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Congrats to the hard-working ICE Agents who got the job done.
Two of the three men had previously sent almost $15 million overseas to Yemen during a 2-year period. The likely question is: What kind of business are these men in that they have $15 million to send elsewhere?
Well, insightful private investigator and terrorism expert Bill Warner answers the question. Sort of. Bill sends an article from the Rochester, New York Democrat and Chronicle, which reports that the three men run Rochester-area groceries.
Where did 3 muslim grocers get $14.9 million in a 2 year period to wire transfer ?
Good question, Bill. It’s a sure bet it isn’t from selling groceries.
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