The leader of a Qatar sponsored charity that launched a website urging Muslims to developers hatred for Jews and Christians has donated a humungous amount as the charity to a group chained to the European Arm of Muslim Brotherhood whose lead preacher Yusuf Al Qaradawi is banned in the UK as he is believed to be a hate preacher.
The Muslim Brotherhood that’s started in Egypt in 1928 is already banned in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the UAE and is soon to be included in the US’s list of prohibited organizations.
Millions have been donated from the Qatar sponsored charity’s side towards building a mosque with a trustee who is also an ex-president of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Though the organization is still to be banned in the UK a report of 2015 for the government of Britain included a series of follow-ups of the organization’s activities in the country.
The former President of the organisationAl Qaradawiwho recently ignited controversy over the creation of an app that made derogatory comments on Jews.
He is believed to be living in Qatar and is banned in the US, UK, and France for his hate preaching.
The Qatar Charity in Doha also linked to Muslim Brotherhood is believed to have backed a banned organization within Arab Quartet for its support to terrorism has offered British charity the Nectar Trust an amount of 28.2 Million pounds 2017-18.
Nectar Trust happens to be the British branch of the Qatar sponsored body which has undertaken the task of numerous projects to build a number of some of the biggest multi-million-pound mosques all across Europe.
Just a month before former President Al Kuwari’ slinks with a website that spreads hate towards Jews and Christians were exposed in October 2017, the charity’s name was changed from Qatar Charity UK to the Nectar Trust.
Though Al Kuwari has resigned, the recent accounts of Nectar’s Trust show that multi-million pounds have constantly been transferred into the charity from Qatar Charity which was handled by Al Kuwari at the same time
The trust has over the last few years handed as much as 2.2 million pounds to the Emaan Trust in Sheffield indirectly backing the building of one of UK’s largest mosques.
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