Wanted terrorist offers U.S storm aid [Bizarre]
WASHINGTON, DC: According to federal authorities, one of the world’s most wanted men has apparently offered post Hurricane Sandy relief aid to those who lost many of their homes in the treacherous storm.
Hafiz Saeed, founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba a known and banned terrorist in Pakistan reportedly offered the U.S government a hefty sum of relief money following an announcement from his charity group overseas.
“We are ready to send food items, medicines and doctors to the U.S. for the people affected by the storm,” said Saeed. “America [may] fix bounties on our heads but as followers of the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him), we feel it is our Islamic duty to help Americans trapped in a catastrophe.” Saeed noted that the charity he heads had provided aid in Sri Lanka and Indonesia after the 2004 tsunami.
The government confirmed to Daily News that they did not accept the funds, and reaffirmed that their remains a $10million bounty for the arrest of Hafiz Saeed.
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- Terrorist Offers Hurricane Aid, US Says No Thanks (abcnews.go.com)
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