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Muslim Council of Britain finance director Iqbal Asaria works for Al Qaeda's MIRA group

July 26, 2005

MIM: In light of the recent bombings in Britain it defies reason that Muslim Council of Britain representatives who are linked to terrorism should be tapped by Prime Minister Blair to come to 10 Downing Street to discuss ways of thwarting terrorist attacks. Not only should the MCB be kept out of the public debate - the Muslim Council of Britain secretary general Iqbal Sacranie, and the finance chairman Iqbal Asaria should be behind bars for their continued aiding and abetting terrorism.

Here is the documentation showing that Muslim Council of Britain finance and treasury chairman Iqbal Asaria and his Al Qaeda webstar internet domain support Al Qaeda. Below is the US government press release which designates MIRA as an Al Qaeda funding entity.

The Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA)
Publisher Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), London, GB
Distributor Asaria, Iqbal, iadmin@webstar.co.uk, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 4LB, GB
Language English, Arabic
Country (Server) United Kingdom
Format of data text/html
Keywords MIRA; Saudi Arabia; politics; online articles; online publications; online documents; CDLR; opposition; organizations
Description The homepage of the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), "MIRA seeks major reforms in Arabia; in particular, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and the abolition of the Secret Police units subverting political movements and activity." The pages contain the information about aims, objectives and history of the movement, general information about Saudi Arabia, links to Saudi Arabia related online publications and web sites.
URL

http://www.miraserve.com

http://www.treasury.gov/press/releases/js2632.htm

July 14, 2005
JS-2632

Treasury Designates MIRA for Support to Al Qaida

The U.S Department of the Treasury today designated the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), a U.K.-based Saudi oppositionist organization, for providing material support to al Qaida. MIRA is run by al Qaida-affiliated Saad al-Faqih, who was designated pursuant to E.O. 13224 by the Treasury on December 21, 2004 and is named on the United Nations 1267 Committee consolidated list of terrorists tied to al Qaida, UBL and the Taliban.

"Al-Faqih uses MIRA to facilitate al Qaida's operations," said Stuart Levey, the Treasury's Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI). "Designating MIRA will help stem the flow of funds to the organization and put the world on notice of its support for al Qaida."

Under his ideological and operational control, MIRA is the main vehicle al-Faqih uses to propagate support for the al Qaida network. MIRA's 1995 founding statement explicitly states that the organization is not limited to peaceful means in the pursuit of its objectives. According to information available to the U.S. Government, while head of MIRA, al-Faqih assumed the role of the al Qaida spokesperson in London following the arrest of senior Egyptian Islamic Jihad terrorist Yassir al-Sirri in 2001.

Information shows that statements on the MIRA website, including messages from Usama bin Laden and Abu Mus'ab al Zarqawi, are intended to provide ideological and operational support to al Qaida affiliated networks and potential recruits. According to recent information available to the U.S. Government, a senior al Qaida operative in Saudi Arabia sent articles to al-Faqih who then posted them to the MIRA website under the al Qaida operative's pennames.

In 2003, MIRA and Faqih received approximately $1 million in funding through Abdulrahman Alamoudi. According to information available to the U.S. Government, the September 2003 arrest of Alamoudi was a severe blow to al Qaida, as Alamoudi had a close relationship with al Qaida and had raised money for al Qaida in the United States. In a 2004 plea agreement, Alamoudi admitted to his role in an assassination plot targeting the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and is currently serving a 23 year sentence.

Al-Faqih has maintained associations with the al Qaida network since the mid-1990s, including with Khaled al Fawwaz, who acted as UBL's de facto representative in the United Kingdom and was associated with the 1998 East Africa embassy bombings. At the U.S. trial of the East African embassy bombers, prosecutors provided evidence that MIRA and al-Faqih paid for a satellite phone that al Fawwaz passed on to UBL, who allegedly used it to help carry out the attacks.

MIRA was designated under Executive Order 13224 for providing financial and/or material support to al Qaida.

Identifying Information
Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia

AKAs: Al-Harakat Al-Islamiyah lil-Islah
Al Islah (Reform)
Islamic Movement for Reform
MIRA
Movement for Reform In Arabia

Address: BM Box: MIRA
London WC1N 3XX, United Kingdom

Alt. Address: Safiee Suite, EBC House, Townsend Lane
London NW9 8LL, United Kingdom

Alt. Address: 21 Blackstone Road
London NW2 6DA, United Kingdom

Telephone: 020 8452 0303
Fax: 020 8452 0808.
Email: info@islah.org
U.K. Company Number: 03834450

For more information on the designation of al-Faqih, please visit: http://www.treasury.gov/press/releases/js2164.htm.

MIM :Asaria Iqbal other activities include publications and websites of the CDLR , MIRA, and other groups linked to Hizb ut Tahrir and Al Muhajiroun .The black flag of the Ummah, (global Islamic state) on the CDLR website linked to Iqbal Asaria and by extension, the Muslim Council of Britain. where Asaria heads their finance and economics committee,

The CDLR and MIRA's so called 'reform' involves overthrowing the Saudi family who are viewed as too modern and implementing a Taliban style regime in their place,

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Title The Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA)
Publisher Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), London, GB
Distributor Asaria, Iqbal, iadmin@webstar.co.uk, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 4LB, GB
Language English, Arabic
Country (Server) United Kingdom
Format of data text/html
Keywords MIRA; Saudi Arabia; politics; online articles; online publications; online documents; CDLR; opposition; organizations
Description The homepage of the Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia (MIRA), "MIRA seeks major reforms in Arabia; in particular, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and the abolition of the Secret Police units subverting political movements and activity." The pages contain the information about aims, objectives and history of the movement, general information about Saudi Arabia, links to Saudi Arabia related online publications and web sites.
URL

http://www.miraserve.com

This item is available on the Militant Islam Monitor website, at http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/id/864