Sunday, October 17, 2010

More Money Trouble for Deadbeat Ground Zero Mosque Backer

Let's see. He's got tax troubles, has a string of arrests and his buddy is linked to a terror-supporting group. Today we discover he's defaulted on a nearly $100,000 loan. Other than that, he's a peaceful religious man looking to build bridges or something.
The money woes keep growing for a developer of the Ground Zero mosque.

Valley National Bank is suing Sharif El-Gamal and his real-estate company, Soho Properties, seeking $95,778 plus interest for an unrepaid loan. The firm took out a $100,000 line of credit, guaranteed by El-Gamal, from the bank in 2008, but defaulted in early 2009, according to court papers.

A spokesman for El-Gamal declined to comment yesterday.

El-Gamal moved from the firm's offices in September after his landlord initiated eviction proceedings over $39,000 in back rent.

He also failed to pay his city taxes in January and July, but agreed to a payment plan in September for $270,000, including interest.
Maybe those bigoted slobs Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar can lend him some money.

Ironic how the McCarthyite left, led by the current occupant of the White House, is quick to smear the Chamber of Commerce over their political donations yet remain silent on where the money for the Ground Zero Mosque is coming from. In fact, they're quick to smear anyone who dares to even ask the question.

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