Controversy over the Ground Zero Mosque is reigniting as the tenth anniversary of 9/11 approaches, and new accusations against its chief financier adds to concerns about the money for the $100 million project. Who is behind the mosque at Ground Zero excluded a history of the shadow financial relationships, not money from Saudi Arabia and Iran. Allstate Insurance continued Hisham Elzanaty, the mosque of donors over Ground Zero for the operation of a “kickback scheme highly developed and sophisticated.”
It is allegedly set up with fraudulent intent are medical facilities, although they not only approved of one. he presented to Allstate Insurance Company to exorbitant medical bills and illegal fee-splitting, it is claimed. he is pursued by Allstate for $ 5,100,000. State Farm and Geico sued separately Elzanaty this year $ 1.9 billion and 1.7 million respectively on similar allegations of fraud.
Elzanaty donated $ 6000, the Holy Land Foundation in 1999, which itself was closed by the federal government in 2001 for his work as a front for Hamas. The government’s position was confirmed at the hearing, evidence and documents in evidence that the body was brought up by the Muslim Brotherhood, to fund the terrorist group rate. Elzanaty said he does not know the connection HLF-terrorism, when he made the donation, the charity said it was money for orphanages.
“Funding Ground Zero mosque should concern all Americans, even those who do not have a problem with the location of the mosque,” said Martin Mawy, president of Christian Action Network, FrontPage. The organization is round screening of the film against the mosque at Ground Zero in New York City convention and public park in the weeks before the 10th anniversary of the set 9 / 11.