"Financing pledges" Jared Kushner raises 3 billion from Arab countries to finance his company

"Financing pledges" Jared Kushner raises 3 billion from Arab countries to finance his company  Reuters reported that Jared Kushner, son-in-law and advisor to former President Donald Trump, managed to raise more than $3 billion from international investors, including Arab countries, to fund his new company in the form of financing pledges.  A source familiar with the matter told Reuters that Jared Kushner's global investment firm, Affinity Partners, has raised more than $3 billion in pledges from international investors.  Kushner, the son-in-law of former President Donald Trump and one of his most prominent aides during his presidency, founded the company in Miami last summer after deciding to stay out of politics and starting to raise funds to start its activities in the fall.  Kushner plans to invest in US and Israeli companies looking for opportunities to expand internationally in India, Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia.  The source familiar with the fundraising process said that "the company has received pledges of more than three billion dollars in funds," adding that it "expects the continuation of fundraising efforts in the next few months to implement these pledges and receive potential others."  No information was provided about any specific investors in the company, but it targets US institutions and foreign investment institutions, including sovereign wealth funds and individuals with significant financial resources.  The source said Affinity hopes to complete its first deal in the first quarter of 2022.  The New York Times previously reported that Qatar was not interested in investing with Kushner, but indicated that negotiations with the Saudi Investment Fund were ongoing until late November.  While in the Trump White House, Kushner helped broker deals between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco over the course of six months last year.  He also helped negotiate a new trade agreement between the United States and Mexico and Canada.  The source stated that Kushner hopes to establish an "investment corridor" between Israel and Saudi Arabia, by working with Israeli and Gulf companies and inExposing a new spy What is Israel's relationship to infiltrating the Islamic "CARE" institution in America? The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) announced the discovery of a spy who infiltrated its ranks to pass on information about anti-Zionist officials to the benefit of Israeli services, in a spying operation with Islamophobic aims, the second of which became exposed this month.  The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest organization for the defense of Muslims and their civil rights in the United States, announced that it had exposed a spy who was leaking information about Council officials and their convictions about the Zionist occupation to the anti-Muslim Investigative Project on Terrorism.  This penetration, which was exposed, is not the first of its kind. The Council, since 2008, has been subjected to spying by an institution known for its hostility to Muslims. And this December is the second time that Kerr announces that he has discovered a spy among his ranks working for her. In what he sees as attacks directed against Islam and the American Muslim community, they are motivated by hostility to their religious convictions.  Two spies in a month The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), through a series of tweets posted on its official Twitter account, announced on Wednesday that it had revealed the presence of a second spy among its ranks who has been working for four years for an anti-Muslim group. "The spy voluntarily confessed and agreed to cooperate with us," he said.  The council added on Twitter that: "The spy was not affiliated with CARE, but he was an active volunteer in one of the large mosques where the council's national meetings were held." The infamous element admitted that he "was receiving a monthly remittance from the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" of $3,000, a total of $100,000 during his four years of service" for "collecting information and recording what senior officials within the union say."  The council did not reveal any information about the identity of the discovered spy, nor about any mosque he was working in. On the other hand, he called on any of those who cooperated with the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" to reveal their identities before they were exposed by CARE officials.  While it is not the first time that a breakthrough of this kind has been revealed within the ranks of CAIR, and even a few days ago, the Islamic Council announced its discovery that the head of its branch in Ohio State, Romain Iqbal, cooperated with the aforementioned right-wing institution. "After confronting Iqbal with the facts about his suspicious activities, which the council gathered through an independent investigation, he admitted that he cooperated with an anti-Muslim group ," CAIR said in a statement published on December 14.  Investigations revealed that Iqbal had worked as a spy for the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" since 2008, and his mission was to leak records of council members' meetings to the far-right institution. "We don't really know what the 'Investigative Project on Terrorism' is planning, but according to our information, at least a dozen Islamic organizations and a mosque have been targeted by this espionage operation," said CAIR General President Edward Ahmed Mitchell.  Including the "Investigative Project on Terrorism"? The Investigative Project on Terrorism, founded in 1995 by Steve Emerson, has been known for its anti-Muslim streak and its editorial line that strives to portray Islam as a religion of violence.  It considers itself a non-profit think tank, whose mission is to "expose the activities of terrorist networks and their supporters in the United States and abroad and educate the public about this threat." It also introduces its founder, Steve Emerson, as a researcher specializing in Islamic terrorist groups in the Middle East.  On the other hand, the website of the Islamophobia Network, which specializes in monitoring anti-Muslim groups in the United States and their financiers, explains that "the investigative project on terrorism poses a serious threat to the rights and freedoms of American Muslims, because it uses propaganda that labels them violent and terrorist in order to obtain funding from donors who share their opinion." The network also said that Emerson was "a person known to have fabricated false accusations and promoted conspiracy theories about Muslims."  What is the relationship with Israel? It included the confessions of the two spies who were discovered by "CAIR", that the information collected by the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" through them was for the benefit of Israeli intelligence elements close to former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "One of Emerson's goals, we are told, is to protect the Israeli government by undermining the action of Muslims engaged in political activism and human rights against Israel," Ker said in his series of Twitter posts.  The tweet indicated that the founder of the far-right group was associated with Israeli intelligence officials, such as Yossi Kaprowasser and Edo Mizrahi, who worked on Netanyahu's team. The council had previously revealed a set of emails proving Emerson's connection to these officers, and in one of them Mizrahi asked him to collect information about the "Justice for Palestine" organization that defends Palestinian rights.vestors.

"Financing pledges" Jared Kushner raises 3 billion from Arab countries to finance his company

Reuters reported that Jared Kushner, son-in-law and advisor to former President Donald Trump, managed to raise more than $3 billion from international investors, including Arab countries, to fund his new company in the form of financing pledges.

A source familiar with the matter told Reuters that Jared Kushner's global investment firm, Affinity Partners, has raised more than $3 billion in pledges from international investors.

Kushner, the son-in-law of former President Donald Trump and one of his most prominent aides during his presidency, founded the company in Miami last summer after deciding to stay out of politics and starting to raise funds to start its activities in the fall.

Kushner plans to invest in US and Israeli companies looking for opportunities to expand internationally in India, Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia.

The source familiar with the fundraising process said that "the company has received pledges of more than three billion dollars in funds," adding that it "expects the continuation of fundraising efforts in the next few months to implement these pledges and receive potential others."

No information was provided about any specific investors in the company, but it targets US institutions and foreign investment institutions, including sovereign wealth funds and individuals with significant financial resources.

The source said Affinity hopes to complete its first deal in the first quarter of 2022.

The New York Times previously reported that Qatar was not interested in investing with Kushner, but indicated that negotiations with the Saudi Investment Fund were ongoing until late November.

While in the Trump White House, Kushner helped broker deals between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco over the course of six months last year.

He also helped negotiate a new trade agreement between the United States and Mexico and Canada.

The source stated that Kushner hopes to establish an "investment corridor" between Israel and Saudi Arabia, by working with Israeli and Gulf companies and investors.


Exposing a new spy What is Israel's relationship to infiltrating the Islamic "CARE" institution in America?

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) announced the discovery of a spy who infiltrated its ranks to pass on information about anti-Zionist officials to the benefit of Israeli services, in a spying operation with Islamophobic aims, the second of which became exposed this month.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest organization for the defense of Muslims and their civil rights in the United States, announced that it had exposed a spy who was leaking information about Council officials and their convictions about the Zionist occupation to the anti-Muslim Investigative Project on Terrorism.

This penetration, which was exposed, is not the first of its kind. The Council, since 2008, has been subjected to spying by an institution known for its hostility to Muslims. And this December is the second time that Kerr announces that he has discovered a spy among his ranks working for her. In what he sees as attacks directed against Islam and the American Muslim community, they are motivated by hostility to their religious convictions.

Two spies in a month

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), through a series of tweets posted on its official Twitter account, announced on Wednesday that it had revealed the presence of a second spy among its ranks who has been working for four years for an anti-Muslim group. "The spy voluntarily confessed and agreed to cooperate with us," he said.

The council added on Twitter that: "The spy was not affiliated with CARE, but he was an active volunteer in one of the large mosques where the council's national meetings were held." The infamous element admitted that he "was receiving a monthly remittance from the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" of $3,000, a total of $100,000 during his four years of service" for "collecting information and recording what senior officials within the union say."

The council did not reveal any information about the identity of the discovered spy, nor about any mosque he was working in. On the other hand, he called on any of those who cooperated with the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" to reveal their identities before they were exposed by CARE officials.

While it is not the first time that a breakthrough of this kind has been revealed within the ranks of CAIR, and even a few days ago, the Islamic Council announced its discovery that the head of its branch in Ohio State, Romain Iqbal, cooperated with the aforementioned right-wing institution. "After confronting Iqbal with the facts about his suspicious activities, which the council gathered through an independent investigation, he admitted that he cooperated with an anti-Muslim group ," CAIR said in a statement published on December 14.

Investigations revealed that Iqbal had worked as a spy for the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" since 2008, and his mission was to leak records of council members' meetings to the far-right institution. "We don't really know what the 'Investigative Project on Terrorism' is planning, but according to our information, at least a dozen Islamic organizations and a mosque have been targeted by this espionage operation," said CAIR General President Edward Ahmed Mitchell.

Including the "Investigative Project on Terrorism"?

The Investigative Project on Terrorism, founded in 1995 by Steve Emerson, has been known for its anti-Muslim streak and its editorial line that strives to portray Islam as a religion of violence.

It considers itself a non-profit think tank, whose mission is to "expose the activities of terrorist networks and their supporters in the United States and abroad and educate the public about this threat." It also introduces its founder, Steve Emerson, as a researcher specializing in Islamic terrorist groups in the Middle East.

On the other hand, the website of the Islamophobia Network, which specializes in monitoring anti-Muslim groups in the United States and their financiers, explains that "the investigative project on terrorism poses a serious threat to the rights and freedoms of American Muslims, because it uses propaganda that labels them violent and terrorist in order to obtain funding from donors who share their opinion." The network also said that Emerson was "a person known to have fabricated false accusations and promoted conspiracy theories about Muslims."

What is the relationship with Israel?

It included the confessions of the two spies who were discovered by "CAIR", that the information collected by the "Investigative Project on Terrorism" through them was for the benefit of Israeli intelligence elements close to former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "One of Emerson's goals, we are told, is to protect the Israeli government by undermining the action of Muslims engaged in political activism and human rights against Israel," Ker said in his series of Twitter posts.

The tweet indicated that the founder of the far-right group was associated with Israeli intelligence officials, such as Yossi Kaprowasser and Edo Mizrahi, who worked on Netanyahu's team. The council had previously revealed a set of emails proving Emerson's connection to these officers, and in one of them Mizrahi asked him to collect information about the "Justice for Palestine" organization that defends Palestinian rights.

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