The Brotherhood’s shadow ambassador: Youssef Nada

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Yusuf Nada is a primary funder of terror networks worldwide, he is accused of funding the 9/11 attack. Nada represents the Muslim Brotherhood in international relations and he is among the most famous money launderers of the organization.

He is closely followed by the Swiss intelligence for connections to Qatari sponsorship of terror. In 1979, he received nearly $1 billion from Iran and was tried in Italy for connections to Al Qaeda in 2002.

US Treasury Department put him on list of terror financiers in 2004 and Washington accused him of giving militias in Algeria and Hamas $60 million through El-Taqwa organization.

Italian and Swiss police found documents in his home detailing the taking over of the Arab World 

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