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Holy Land Foundation Terror-Financing Trial – Documents

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Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development Trial Documents

The Holy Land Foundation was found guilty of funding terrorist groups in the largest terror-funding trial in U.S. history.

Discover the Networks, a recognized and authoritative source on Islamic terrorism , writes:

In July 2007, seven key leaders of an Islamic charity known as the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development (HLF) went on trial for charges that they had: (a) provided “material support and resources” to a foreign terrorist organization (namely Hamas); (b) engaged in money laundering; and (c) breached the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, which prohibits transactions that threaten American national security. Along with the seven named defendants, the U.S. government released a list of approximately 300 “unindicted co-conspirators” and “joint venturers.” During the course of the trial, many incriminating documents were entered into evidence. Below are three important documents presented during the trial.

 

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Ryan Mauro

Ryan Mauro is ClarionProject.org's Shillman Fellow, national security analyst and the director of Clarion Intelligence Network. Mauro is also an adjunct professor of counter-terrorism. He is frequently interviewed on top-tier television and radio.

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