ISLAMIC WEBSITE BEING UNVESTIGATED OVER EXTREMIST SERMON PRAISING TALIBAN
Islamic charity website urges Muslims to fund jihad
An Islamic charity is being investigated after extremist sermons that praised the Taliban and encouraged Muslims to fund jihadists were found on its website.
As well as pro-jihadist lectures, the Miftahul Jannah Academy, in Waltham Forest, northeast London, hosts antisemitic audio recordings referring to the “dirty qualities” of Jews.
The Charity Commission is investigating after being contacted by the National Secular Society. The lectures were delivered by Muhammad Patel, an Islamic scholar. The society also referred the Masjid-e-Umer Trust, which runs Walthamstow Central Mosque, to the commission after discovering that Patel delivers lectures and youth programmes there, according to the charities’ websites.
In one lecture on September 11, Patel refers to the “amazing victory of the Taliban”, saying “Allah gave them victory on the battlefield”.
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