Posts Tagged ‘Muslim ‘Charities’’
Cambodia? Do you care? Why you should:
NGOs with direct ties to terrorist organisations in the Middle East had been using “massive donations” to encourage radicalisation in Cham Muslim communities, though with limited success, a United States embassy cable from last year alleges.
A cable released by WikiLeaks this week raised concerns that “very real” efforts had been made to perpetuate a terrorist safe haven in Cambodia following a 2002 to 2003 visit by “Bali bombing mastermind” Hambali to a Cham Muslim school in the Kingdom. It named the World Assembly for Muslim Youth and the Revival for Islamic Heritage as suspected terrorist organisations active in Cambodia.
“This at-risk segment of the population is accepting help with essential services, educational aid and mosque construction from NGOs who have direct ties to tier 1 and tier 2 Terrorist Support Entities from the Middle East,” the cable, dated May 5, 2010, stated. Read the rest of this entry »
More Islamic terror-supporters raking in the cash (and funding jihad?) from fake charity lefties:
Cageprisoners, a self-styled human rights organisation, has a long association with Anwar al-Awlaki, who was last week accused of being one of the figures behind the terrorist plot to blow up cargo planes which saw a powerful device defused at East Midlands Airport.
The Islamic preacher, based in Yemen, was invited to address two Cageprisoners’ fundraising dinners via video link, one last year and one in 2008. The group has now told its backers that it no longer supports the cleric and that it “disagreed” with him over “the killing of civilians”.
But an examination of the Cageprisoners website last week suggested that its support for the cleric was as strong as ever. Read the rest of this entry »
As always in Islamic countries – how you are treated depends on which religion you adhere to. And take it from us, you really had better be Muslim in Pakistan. in addition to the everyday beatings, killings, rape, police brutality and legal discrimination, it appears that even charity in time of crisis is conditional:
Christians and members of other minority religions are being treated as second-class citizens, said Father Mario Rodrigues, the Lahore-based director of Catholic Mission.
“They often receive little assistance or are excluded altogether,” he told Fides, the Vatican’s news agency.
Aid is being delivered by “government officials sympathetic to Islamic fundamentalism or by Muslim relief organisations”, Fides claimed in its report, citing other unnamed aid workers. Read the rest of this entry »