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Charity Watchdogs: Islamic Charity Fund-Raisers Linked to Jihad Terror Groups

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Published on: January 2, 2017

This particular news story concerns UK Islamic charities, but this is systemic across the West. Here in America, scores of Islamic charities are  connected to terrorist groups such as Hamas and al Qaeda. In the Holy Land Foundation trial, the largest terrorist funding trial in our nations history, hundreds of Islamic charities and groups were named un-indicted co-conspirators (including CAIR, MSA, ISNA et al).

Barack Obama scuttled those prosecutions, so these subversive, treasonous groups continue to advance the jihad cause.

CHARITY WATCHDOGS WARN OF LINKS BETWEEN ISLAMIST FUND-RAISERS AND EXTREMIST TERROR GROUPS

By Simon Osborne, The Express,  January 1, 2017

The Charity Commission said the number of times it had shared concerns with police and other agencies had nearly trebled from 234 to 630 in just three years.

Commissioners opened eight compliance cases and four formal inquiries into “allegations of abuse of charities for terrorist or extremist purposes” in 2015/16.

Charity Commission chairman William Shawcross told the Telegraph extremism was “the most potentially dangerous and deadly” problem faced by charities.

He said: “It is the most dangerous because of the threat of Islamist extremism. It is not the most constant threat – it is the most potentially deadly threat.”

The 630 disclosures, which Commission sources said was a record figure, concerned “allegations made and concerns about abuse of charities for terrorist or extremist purposes, including concerns about charities operating in Syria and other higher risk areas, in which terrorist groups operate”.

Mr Shawcross called for Muslim charities to work with the regulator to tackle the threat of extremists taking them over to further their murderous objectives.

He said: “It is the most dangerous because of the threat of Islamist extremism. It is not the most constant threat – it is the most potentially deadly threat.”The 630 disclosures, which Commission sources said was a record figure, concerned “allegations made and concerns about abuse of charities for terrorist or extremist purposes, including concerns about charities operating in Syria and other higher risk areas, in which terrorist groups operate”.Mr Shawcross called for Muslim charities to work with the regulator to tackle the threat of extremists taking them over to further their murderous objectives.

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Earlier this year the Commission stepped in to stop the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and Anita Roddick Foundation funding controversial human rights group Cage because it did not match their “charitable objectives”.Mr Shawcross said Cage “was not a charity and there is no way in which Cage could represent any charitable purpose under British law”.Last year, it emerged Cage had used meetings on university campuses to encourage the “sabotage” of the Government’s official anti-extremism programme, Prevent.Former Guantánamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg, who is director of Cage, told students “any right-minded person” would oppose the Prevent strategy, likening it to the methods of the Stasi secret police in the former East Germany.

He also said: “It is widely acknowledged amongst both academic and community groups that Prevent is ineffectual at stopping radicalisation thus preventing Prevent in no way enables radicalisation.” 

Cage describes itself as an “independent advocacy organisation working to empower communities impacted by the War on Terror”.Its focus is almost entirely on Muslims accused of terror-related offences.There are growing fears that extremists are infiltrating Muslim charities to promote violence, fund terrorism and  recruit vulnerable youngsters for jihad.In 2013 the Commission also warned of a “risk that funds raised in the name of ‘charity’ generally or under the name of a specific charity are misused to support terrorist activities, with or without the charity’s knowledge”.

Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller

Pamela Geller’s commitment to freedom from jihad and Shariah shines forth in her books

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