Terror-Charity Lobbyists Are Subsidized by U.S. Taxpayers

(Sam Mircovich/Reuters)
Radical charities find a D.C. partner to justify links with violent Islamists.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he use of charity to advance radical ideologies is hardly a novel idea. European fascist movements built a base of support through charitable programs and promises of social welfare. The Ku Klux Klan delivered food and medicine to poor white communities. Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood, Khomeinists, Wahhabis, ISIS, and al-Qaeda have all made use of charities and welfare programs to propagate and consolidate their control over Muslim communities.

Radical ideological movements do not only establish their own charitable groups; they also hijack the altruism and naïveté of others. In a widely discussed scandal in Britain, it emerged in 2014 that dozens

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