posted by Christopher W. Holton
Charities in the United Kingdom are regulated by a governmental agency known as the Charity Commission.
Over the years, the Charity Commission has found itself investigating multiple Islamic charities for a variety of irregularities, including supporting jihad.
Now we have another example.
The Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into an Islamic broadcasting charity because of concerns about alleged significant unauthorized payments.
The regulator said in a statement today that it had opened an inquiry into Fadak Media Broadcasts last month after receiving a serious incident report from the charity with suspicions about “significant unauthorised payments from within the charity”.
Fadak Media broadcasts through its website and via its YouTube channel to advance Islam.
Fadak is a Shia organization making it likely that it has at least informal ties to Iran, the world’s most active state sponsor of terrorism. Much of their online content has been directed against Sunni Islam.