Table of contents for Alms for jihad : charity and terrorism in the Islamic world / J. Millard Burr and Robert O. Collins.

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CONTENTS
List of maps 13
List of tables 14
Preface 15
List of acronyms 21
INTRODUCTION 35
1. The third pillar of Islam: Zakat 57
Charitable recipients 60
Zakat in history 62
Zakat: the Egyptian experience 67
Zakat in the Sudan 70
Sadaqa 72
Waqf 74
Saudi Arabia and Islamic education 82
2. Saudi Arabia and its Islamic charities 90
Charities and charitable donations in Saudi Arabia 91
Saudi Arabia Red Crescent Society 98
Muslim World League 103
International Islamic Relief Organization 106
Al Haramain Islamic Foundation 111
World Assembly of Muslim Youth 118
Al Wafa Humanitarian Organization 121
Benevolence International Foundation 126
The Riyadh Bombings and Saudi Arabia Charities 130
3. The banks 146
The Golden Chain 146
Investigating the banks 149
Saudi banking 158
Islamic banking 166
National Commercial Bank 173
Dallah Al Baraka Group and Bank Al Taqwa 175
The Hawala System 179
4. Afghanistan beginnings 202
Al Qaeda 203
Qutb and the Afghans 209
Emir of Jihad 214
Osama bin Laden and MAK 219
Al Kifah 223
Ayman Zawahiri 225
Shaykh Omar Abd al-Rahman 229
Peripatetic Mujahideen 231
Foot-soldiers 237
Wael Hamza Julaidan and the Rabita Trust 245
Pakistan and the Rashid Trust 248
5. Islamic charities and the revolutionary Sudan 260
Banking in the Sudan 262
Enter Osama bin Laden 267
Islamic charities and the Sudan 270
Revolutionary Sudan 275
People¿s Defense Force 279
Turabi¿s presence 284
Yassin Abdullah Al Qadi and Muwafaq 291
Sudanese charities in Somalia 298
Al Qaeda and Islamic charities in East Africa 305
Islamic charities in West Africa 307
6. Islam at war in the Balkans 318
Afghanistan in Bosnia 322
Al Muwafaq Brigade 331
Sudanese connections 334
Third World Relief Agency 337
Aftermath in Bosnia 343
Albanian Imbroglio 348
War in Kosovo 355
After 9/11 362
7. The central Asian crescent and Russia 376
Outsiders begin to arrive 383
Islam in Tajikistan 388
Heartland of central Asia¿Uzbekistan 393
Turkmenistan and Kazakhistan 402
Kyrgystan¿door to China 407
Transcaucasia 411
Republic of Georgia 414
Chechnya 416
Lost opportunity and investigations 425
8. FROM AFGHANISTANT TO SOUTHEAST ASIA 438
Moro Islamic Liberation Front 442
Muhammd Jamal Khalifa 448
Abu Sayyd Group 456
Malaysia 467
Indonesia 474
Revolt in South Thailand 483
Forgotten Bangladesh 486
9. The Holy Land 504
Palestine Red Crescent Society 507
Charities in Palestine 510
HAMAS 515
HAMAD abroad 520
United States responds 524
Arafat¿s charitable corruption 528
Reviving the Intifada 532
More charitable support for Palestine and HAMAS 542
Lebanon and Hizbullah 549
10. The Muslim invasion of Europe 565
Muslim Europe 569
Germany¿s problem 572
Muslims in Italy 576
Islam and France 582
Islamic charities, Algerian Islamists, and Palestinians 588
Netherlands, Belgium, and the Danes 595
United Kingdom 605
Finesbury Mosque 611
11. Islamic charities in North America 625
Investigating charities 628
BIF and GRF 634
Al Kifah and Al Haramain 638
Holy Land Fund for Relief and Development 642
Canadian connections 652
WISE 657
SAAR Foundation 659
Epilogue 668
BIBLIOGRAPHY 683
INDEX 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Charities -- Islamic countries.
Terrorism -- Islamic countries.