We don’t ordinarily link to articles that are on subscriber-only web sites, but in this case we feel compelled to make an exception. This story from The Times of London is too important not to introduce…

A senior employee of Amnesty International has undeclared private links to men alleged to be key players in a secretive network of global Islamists, The Times can reveal.

The charity was unaware that the husband of its director of faith and human rights featured in documents released after a criminal trial at which connections were revealed between British supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and Arab Islamists accused of plotting to overthrow a Gulf state.

Yasmin Hussein was also linked to a Yorkshire-based aid agency that was banned by Israel for its alleged funding of HAMAS terrorism…

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article4529234.ece

 

 

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