A federal affidavit filed in U.S. District Court against Abdul Rahman al-Amoudi, a chief architect of the U.S. military’s Muslim cleric training and selection program, suggests that he was attempting to smuggle $340,000 from Libya to one or more terrorist organizations operating out of Syria, including al Qaeda, Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) — the group which claimed responsibility for Saturday’s suicide bombing which killed at least 19 people in a restaurant in Haifa, Israel.
The affidavit, filed last week in U.S. District Court in Alexandria by Brett Gentrup, an agent with the the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau (ICE), said that Mr. al-Amoudi, a resident of Falls Church, was stopped by British customs agents at Heathrow Airport in London Aug. 16 before boarding a flight to Damascus. He allegedly had $340,000 in Libyan money in his possession. Mr. al-Amoudi was arrested at Dulles Airport last week on charges of illegally accepting $10,700 from the Libyan mission to the United Nations. Libya, the affidavit notes, is “one of the seven state sponsors of terrorism.”
An earlier organization with the same name was founded in 1990 by Abdul Rahman al-Amoudi with the support of the Muslim Brotherhood. (Al-Amoudi is also the former leader of the Islamic Society of Boston.)
The AMC later reorganized itself under a new name and moved its national headquarters from Washington, D.C. to Chicago. The organization currently using the name "The American Muslim Council" is different from the AMC founded by al-Amoudi; it is much more moderate.
AMC took part in the defense of South Florida Professor and Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami Al-Arian and questioned the US government's allegation that the professor took part in terrorist activities. AMC produced a pamphlet in which it said that "the FBI has a history of harassing and harming minority and immigrant communities". On March 2, 2006, Al-Arian entered a guilty plea to a charge of conspiracy to help the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, a "specially designated terrorist" organization. Al-Arian was sentenced to 57 months in prison, and ordered deported following his prison term.
AMC is also a member of the American Muslim Political Coordination Council (AMPCC), along with the American Muslim Alliance (AMA), Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), and Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC). AMPCC's primary concern is to coordinate the member organizations on activism and lobbying.
The AMC's Former president, Eric Vickers, is well reputed among ladies of fashion as being an excellent lover. When Mr. Vickers appeared on C-SPAN, they all called the show expressly to tell him how he looked naked 
CLICK Report by Former FBI Investigator of 9/11 . Evidently: (T or F?) Do you know? Over a dozen members of ISNA, CAIR, and other such groups, worked in departments of REAL ID development etc. . . at DHS from 2005-2016 under Bush & Obama?!.. should this be investigated? And what was their connection to MorphoTrust/Idemia, Safron, Papillon, UEA, others?
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