Friday, 4 October 2013

Charity money collected for Syria is falling into the hands of AlQaeda

The Disasters Emergency Committee representing 14 of Britain's biggest charities has said that it is unable to guarantee that no cash is falling into the hands of terrorists.

The Charity Commission is so concerned that it has issued guidelines for fund-raising bodies.

William Shawcross, Chairman of the Charity Commission, indicated that given conditions created by the conflict it is impossible for charities to know where the financial aid ends up.

More than 20 million Pound have been raised by organizations like the British Red Cross, Oxfam and Save the Children.

It is Vox Populi that British-born terrorists are involved in Syria and were involved in the murderous attack in Kenya. Syria and other countries are training grounds for individuals that later on could carry out attacks in the United Kingdom.




 

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