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Government examines Islamic charity

Government examines Islamic charity

Government examines Islamic charity
The Department for Education has said it is “looking into” concerns about an Islamic charity that runs two independent schools and receives state funding to provide nursery places. The Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation was described as a “front organisation” for Hizb ut-Tahrir, a radical Islamist group, by David Cameron during Prime Minister’s Questions in 2009. The Charity Commission investigated the Foundation in 2010 and found no connection between the schools and Hizb ut Tahrir. But the Department for Education said today that it is "looking into" long-standing concerns about the schools.
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