UAE Banks Funds Terror attacks of Mumbai 26/11 and World Trade Center 2001 — GlobalLeaks

UAE Banks funded Lashkar in Mumbai attacks

The Telegraph, Huffington Post and Al-Jazeera have referenced to whistle-blower group Global Leaks as it reports that banks in Pakistan and UAE owned by the UAE royal family allegedly financed terror strikes in the US in 2001 and Mumbai in 2008.

Dubai Islamic Bank in UAE, and the Bank Al Falah and United Bank Ltd. in Pakistan owned by the Abu Dhabi Royal family were involved in transactions of terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), both of which have been responsible since long time for creating internal disturbances on the Kashmir issue and 26/11 attacks that led to death of 166 innocents.

UAE nationals involved in WTC attacks of 2001

The involvement of two terrorists of UAE nationality in the World Trade Center, NY on 9/11 also hints how much deeply UAE might be linked to Terrorist activities.

Month of June has seen the UAE warning the United States that it runs the risk of jeopardizing and ending bilateral intelligence cooperation to block legislation that will allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia and UAE for compensation. UAE can be seen as getting scared by the application of JASTA act and hence its ambassador to US, Al Otaiba is pressuring senators by the means of lobbying.