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Withdrawing funding from Muslim charity

25th Mar 2015

Sir, It is so sad that our Government makes a decision to stop funding a reputable Muslim charity on a newspaper article and not on merit. It shows how low is the Government stooping when it comes to dealing with British Muslims. I think the charity should sue the Government to bring them to senses.
There is nothing wrong the charity had done for the Government to have withdrawn the money.
Yours,
Jamila Begum
London

Sir, Surely, you should sue the newspaper if they were incorrect, not the Government. (in relation to story on ‘Muslim Charities Forum contests withdrawal of funding from Department of communities and Local Government’)
Jane Kelly
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One Response to “Withdrawing funding from Muslim charity”

Iftikhar AhmadMarch 30, 2015

Western nations do not want to see Muslim charities helping Muslims in war torn Muslim countries. They want their own charities with their own spies in Muslim countries.
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