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complaint of Americans killed in Iraq against Lebanese banks

Post by rocky on Thu 10 Jan 2019, 12:07 pm

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The US law firm, Ousi Alc, filed an allegation on behalf of 400 US families of US soldiers killed or wounded in Iraq between 2004 and 2011 against 11 Lebanese traffickers claiming to have facilitated work for Hezbollah.
The lawsuit was filed before a civil court in New York on January 1, and the court has not yet set the date for the trial, which William Friedman, who works for the company, expects in an interview with Al Hurra to take years, but confirmed the firm's intention to proceed. In the case to the end and to its fullest potential.
Part I presents the nature of the lawsuit and the defendants and the context of the Lebanese debate on the subject of Hezbollah's relationship with the banking sector in Lebanon. Part II provides details of the applicant's claim to the right of each of the respondent banks. The third part deals with the conclusions of the case concerning the mechanisms of Hezbollah's financial work and its links with drug cartels.
Société Générale, the Lebanese Canadian Bank, bought in June 2011 after accusing the US government of playing a central role in the money laundering operations of Hezbollah, which has a stake in the Prime Bank in the Gambia.
The lawsuit alleges that the acquisition of Société Générale Bank of the Lebanese Canadian Bank involves the latter's responsibility for the latter's business.
He pointed out that "Lebanese Canadian" has thus:
He provided services to Hezbollah's Martyr Foundation, a key funding tool for the party between 2004 and 2006, and allowed it access to the US banking system.
He provided financial services to Abdullah Safi al-Din, Hezbollah's representative to Tehran, and brother of the party's executive chairman Hashim Safi al-Din. The lawsuit is based on a report on the US financial crimes enforcement network on the relationship between Lebanese Canadian officials Safavi al-Din and Muhammad Bazi "Hezbollah" and classified on the US terrorist lists).
The Lebanese Canadian has strong relations with the Bayt al-Mal and the Youssr Foundation, two institutions that the US Treasury Department found to be providing financial services to the party. The head of the "House of Money" is also the director of "Yusr", and has been a member of the Shura "Hezbollah", the highest leadership in the party.
The Canadian-Lebanese owned accounts of several bodies and companies of the party. Among these companies are Farah, the Lebanese Arab Tourist Services Company, owned by Al-Mabarrat Charitable Foundation (founded by the late cleric Muhammad Hussein Fadlallah) and four members: Muhammad Baqer Fadlallah, Jamal Makki, Ali Fadl (son of the cleric) (The brother of Hezbollah leaders mentioned above: Hashim and Abdullah Safi al-Din); Al-Rayyan (Off Shore), owned by Inter Alia, and a member of the Lebanese parliament for Hezbollah. Nawaf al-Moussawi and Colonel Reda al-Moussawi (brother-in-law of Mohammed Hamdoun, board member of Lebanese Canadian); Matrix (Off Shore) Is a field commander in the "Hezbollah" was killed in Syria in July 2017, and Mohammad Ezzedine and are on a business relationship with the company "Tagyko"
The Canadian Lebanese contributed to a large money laundering operation in the United States linked to the drug trade, and the amount of bleached money through the Lebanese Canadian reached 250 million dollars. Ayman Jomaa ran the operation and sold huge shipments of drugs from South America whose proceeds were in favor of Hezbollah, amounting to $ 200 million a month. The two banking companies, Elisa and Hassan Ayyash, were involved. Osama Salhab, a Hezbollah leader living in West Africa, has contributed. Ali Salhab (who is believed to be a relative of Osama Salhab), Khader Fakih (a member of Hezbollah and a car dealer in Cotonou, Africa) and Mohamed Hassan Hamdoun (who owns a shipping company in Cotonou, Africa) .
Prime Minister Mohammed Ibrahim Bazzi, a Hezbollah leader and a member of the US terrorist list, a close associate of former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh, who is accused of human rights violations, Which was subjected to sanctions through the law "Magentsky". Jameh, Bazzi, was appointed Honorary Consul in Lebanon.
In addition to Société Générale's responsibility for the Lebanese Canadian business, the lawsuit accuses the former of doing so:
He provided financial services to the Martyr Foundation through Atlas.
Provide financial services to the Charity Projects Association.
He provided financial services to Al-Enmaa Engineering and General Contracting Corporation, one of Hizballah's arms and headed by Adham Tabaih.
He provided financial services to Al-Saad for Egg Trading, a subsidiary of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.
He provided financial services to the company "Dibuk International Printing and General Trading", a subsidiary of Hezbollah "and printed magazine" Baka Allah "of the party also.
He has provided financial services to Huda Tourism Services, a company run by Hezbollah leaders Abbas Abdullatif Fawaz and Ali Yousef Sharara.
Financial services provided by Fantzi World, managed by Adham Tabaya, provide entertainment services in the southern suburb of Beirut.
Fransabank
The lawsuit states that Fransabank provided financial services to the Martyr Foundation, the IRSO, and the Party's "Wounded Foundation." The bank is also accused of opening accounts for a number of institutions linked to the "Business Section of the Hezbollah External Security Service (BAC)."
Bloom Bank
The lawsuit alleges that BLOM BANK provided financial services to a number of Hizballah institutions and entities operating in various fields, from charity to money laundering and drug trafficking:
Al Mabarrat Charity Association.
Arch Consulting, linked to Hezbollah's Jihad al-Bina organization.
Elissa Exchange Company.
Ovlas Trading Company, with the knowledge that the bank is part of the Taj Eddin network which works for the "Business Section of the External Security Service of Hezbollah (BAC)."
Spectrum Investment Group, with the Bank's knowledge of its support of Hezbollah and its being part of the Sharara network, which works for the Business Section of the Lebanese External Security Service (BAC).
Mustafa Rida Darwish Fawaz, despite the knowledge of the bank in its relationship with Hezbollah and its role in providing the party with communications and control equipment and arms trade in his favor.
Teltac World Wide Incorrected, part of the Spark network.
Which is part of the "Business Section of the Lebanese External Security Service (BAC)." It was founded by Salah Ezzedine, known as Madoff Lebanon, and has invested large amounts of money the party receives from Iran in Europe And America.
Middle East and Africa Bank
Qasim Hageg contributed to the establishment of the bank and managed it until June 2015, when he resigned because of the US Treasury's ties with him and Hezbollah, and accused him of providing services to the party and investing in the infrastructure used in Iraq and Lebanon. The bank has been established to serve the interests of Al Hajij, who have extensive business in Africa.
According to the lawsuit, the bank has contributed to Hezbollah's plot to launder drug money by selling used cars in Africa. The bank (along with three other Lebanese banks) transferred tens of millions of dollars to Hezbollah between 2007 and 2011 via US correspondent banks in New York, a process that was part of money laundering for the party.
The bank still has financial services for Al-Enma Engineering and General Contracting, investments in favor of Adham Tabbaya, and Fantzi World. In 2007, a Hezbollah propaganda campaign called for a donation to the party in one of the bank accounts.
Byblos Bank
The lawsuit claims that Byblos Bank has opened bank accounts for a number of Hezbollah-affiliated institutions, ranging from charities to foundations linked to the party's military structure, including:
Islamic Resistance Support Organization
Al Enmaa Engineering & General Contracting Est.
Societe Orientale Libanaise d'Investissement et Development SAL, founded by Atlas, one of the arms of the Martyr Foundation.
World Tourism Services Company, owned by Atlas for the Martyr Foundation.
Afrimix (Off Shore) was founded by Yusuf Tajuddin, part of the Taj al-Din network and the "Business Department of the Lebanese External Security Service (BAC)."
Amigo Transport and Travel, part of Adham Tabaya Commercial Network.
The International Company for Drugs and Medical Equipment, owned by Atlas, known as the Martyr Foundation.
Bank Audi
The lawsuit states that Bank Audi has opened bank accounts for a number of affiliates or in Hezbollah's orbit:
Ovlas Trading, which is on the US terrorism list, is owned by Al Tajdeen.
Spectrum International Investment Holding and Spectrum Investment Group, with the Bank's knowledge of its support of Hezbollah and its being part of the Sharara network, which works for the Business Department of the Lebanese External Security Service (BAC).
Teltac World Wide Incorporated (Offshore), part of the Spark network.
Al Hadi Center, a center specialized in the treatment of children with hearing problems, owned by Al Mabarrat Charity.
The International Company for Drugs and Medical Equipment, owned by Atlas, known as the Martyr Foundation.
Bank of Lebanon and the Gulf
The lawsuit alleges that the Banque du Liban and the Gulf Bank has opened bank accounts for a number of affiliates or in Hezbollah's orbit, and the "Business Section of the Lebanese External Security Service (BAC)."
Islamic Resistance Support Organization.
The Amanah Company and Amanah Plus; they provide material support to Hezbollah, part of the Martyr Foundation network and the Business Section of the Hezbollah External Security Service (BAC).
Al-Enmaa Engineering and General Contracting Corporation, one of the arms of Hezbollah.
Shahed Pharm Pharmaceuticals, owned by almost the same people who run the Amanah company, who are members of Hezbollah.
City Pharma and owned by almost the same people, who run the Amanah company, are members of Hezbollah.
Ovlas Trading, which is on the US terrorism list, is owned by Al Tajdeen.
As part of the Sharara network, which works for the "Business Section of the Lebanese External Security Service (BAC)".
Lebanese Lebanese Bank
The lawsuit states that the Lebanese Lebanese Bank has opened bank accounts for a number of affiliated companies or in the orbit of Hezbollah:
Ovlas Trading, owned by Al Tajdeen.
The Al-Enmaa Engineering and General Contracting Corporation, one of the arms of Hezbollah, is run by Adham Tabaih.
Reem Pharmaceutical Company, owned by Abdul Amir Farahat, a member of the party working in trade, known for his links with Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
Bank of Beirut
The lawsuit states that Bank of Beirut has opened bank accounts for a number of individuals and affiliates or in the orbit of Hezbollah:
Mustafa Reza Darwish, who is accused of providing material support to Hezbollah, a member of Hezbollah's Islamic Jihad.
Compu House, a technology company affiliated to Hezbollah, is run by Sultan Khalifa Asaad, deputy chairman of the municipal executive council, former head of the party's financial unit and former director of Jihad al-Bina.
The International Company for Drugs and Medical Equipment, owned by Atlas, known as the Martyr Foundation.
Bank of Beirut and the Arab countries
The lawsuit states that Bank of Beirut has opened bank accounts for a number of individuals and affiliates or in the orbit of Hezbollah:
The Al-Enmaa Engineering and General Contracting Corporation, one of the arms of Hezbollah, is run by Adham Tabaih.
Ovlas Trading, owned by Al Tajdeen.
Teltac World Wide Incorporated (Offshore), part of the Spark network.
Vatech, which is accused of buying aerial surveillance equipment for Hezbollah.
Jamal Trust Bank
The lawsuit states that Gamal Trust Bank has opened bank accounts for a number of individuals and affiliates or in the orbit of Hezbollah, and another in a public relationship with the Islamic Resistance Support Association:
Car Escort, owned by three members of Hezbollah: Ali Muhammad Kharroubi, Ali Yousef Sharara, and Mohamed Ibrahim Bazzi, are on the US terrorism list.
As part of the Sharara network, which works for the "Business Section of the Lebanese External Security Service (BAC)".
The International Company for Drugs and Medical Equipment, owned by Atlas, known as the Martyr Foundation.



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