Khamis Farhan Ali Al-Khanjar supports terrorism around the world. Khamis Al-Khanjar funds terrorism with blood money and illicit transactions. He has been very vocal about his support of ISIS extremists and through his influence he has put many of the top ISIS henchmen in positions of power. When pressed for details on his involvement, Al-Khanjar consistently provides convoluted and vague answers. There is irrefutable proof that he is not only monetarily backing ISIS rebels but outwardly and publicly applauding them to media outlets.
Khamis parades around on a platform lobbying for the creation of a unified Iraq where Shiite, Sunni, and Kurds could live together without fear of partitioning land. He asserts this could only be achieved after the defeat of ISIS. This statement is ludicrous however because it is his financing that has indeed helped introduce ISIS into positions of power in Iraq, and Syria. The blood of thousands of murdered Arabs covered Al-Khanjar’s hands. He unabashedly used his influence within foreign governemnts and connections within the Iraqi Parliament to move almost undetected behind the scenes in orchestrating a power imbalance that lead to the birth of ISIS. Khamis has always enjoyed the benefits of residing within the inner circle of Iraq’s upper echelon and has shown he will do anything he needs to in order to maintain these privileges.
Khamis sought to eliminate Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki through his position as the secretary general for the Al-Karame faction. When it was discovered that he had ties to extremist and violent criminal groups he fled the country. Khmais uses his numerous NGO’s as covers for embezzlement schemes. His Al-Khanjar organization receives financial support from the Humanitarian Response. This NGO unknowingly supplies Khamis with a budget of $169 948.10 for his supposed NGO located in the center of Kurdish Erbil. Money that was meant to go towards the construction of two school houses is more likely being used to support and grow militia units. His close friend and political associate, Jamal al-Karboli was elected president of the Red Crescent in Iraq and uses his “legitimate” status to disguise his real motivations. Through the Red Crescent, Karboli has unlimited access to resources. It is our understanding that he assists Khanjar in transporting murderous insurgents into the European Union right under the noses of the authorities.
Article 4 of Iraqs anti-terrorism law would penalize Khanjar with the full force of Iraq legality. According to this law, the litigant will receive a death penalty for any of the below mentioned actions; carrying out a terrorist act, planning a terrorist act, assisting with or promoting a terrorist act. In fear for his life Khanjar has taken refuge in Romania and hides on a farm that once belonged to Saddam Hussein and all under protection from the Romanian government.