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contributions to the charities.

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in a Muslim newspaper, he donated one million Saudi dollars

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to one of the charities pursuant to an annual pledge.

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Sultan also made a sizable contribution to the Saudi Joint

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Relief Committee of Kosovar Refugees (“SJRC”), which

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oversees several other Muslim charities.

According to a 1996 report

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Prince Naif is Saudi Minister of the Interior, in which

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capacity he monitors and controls the charities that operate

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in Saudi Arabia.

At one time, Naif served as the General

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Supervisor of the SJRC.

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Sultan when he was warned that Saudi charities serve as

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fronts for terrorist groups.

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contributed more than two million Saudi dollars to the SJRC,

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and has helped the SJRC raise money from other wealthy

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Saudis.

Prince Naif was present with Prince

Naif has personally

organizations enjoying state support, in particular the World Islamic League, to Islamist movements or terrorist groups . . . insofar as the Islamist groups receiving this aid were likely to damage French interests or had already done so in the past”; [2] at a 1999 meeting between U.S. representatives and the “Finance Ministry, intelligence, and law enforcement officials in Saudi Arabia,” the United States put Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on notice of its intent to apply “pressure to deal effectively with those who fund terrorism,” and soon thereafter, Sultan visited the White House to discuss terrorism issues; and [3] in 1997, Sultan joined an anti-terrorism initiative with the United States. 12

In Re Terrorist Attacks  

United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: In Re Terrorist Attacks

In Re Terrorist Attacks  

United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: In Re Terrorist Attacks

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