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SCOTLAND: ELDERS OF GRAND ISLAMIC BEACHHEAD FUNNELED ‘CHARITY’ MONEY TO POST-HIJRA FOLLOWERS……

Yet another reason to reject any building of a ”grand beachhead (mosque)”, they simply can’t be trusted.

It also shows how zakat (charity) money will always find its way to the advocates of jihad. Also, a portion of halal proceeds go to fund the jihad as well. It’s much more simple to forbid Halal, end muslim immigration into the West, ban the building of mosques and follow Islamic organizations like a hawk, if they step out of line, into jail, and if holding a 2nd passport, out of the country when their time is up.

H/T: Scottish Infidel

Charity watchdog slams Glasgow Central Mosque elders amid concerns of funding for ultra-orthodox group

Herald Scotland: Glasgow Central Mosque

David Leask, Chief Reporter / 1 hour ago / News

SCOTLAND’s biggest mosque has been criticised by charity watchdogs in a damning report over the way the centre has been run by its previous orthodox leaders.

Trustees who wielded power at Glasgow Central Mosque – the country’s largest place of worship – breached their legal duties over many years, according to the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).

The watchdogs says trustees were making decisions about the running of the charity where they had no power to do so.

The probe follows concerns from Scottish-born reformers that money from the mosque was going to a group which has been accused of promoting Islamic extremism.

The loan of £50,000 to the European HQ of the conservative group Tablighi Jamaat in Dewsbury in 2011 only came to light after the younger generation of liberal Mosque members, who are co-operating with OSCR, effectively took control of the Mosque last year.

In its report, investigators at OSCR, warned of “illegal acts” by the orthodox one-time leaders at the Clydeside complex.

The watchdog investigation focuses on the unusual governance arrangements at the mosque, which has two sets of trustees, one for the religious institution itself, a charity, and another for the multi-million-pound riverside complex opened 30 years ago as a non-charitable trust.

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