Sounds like to me many of the anti-Israel so called humanitarian/peace activist groups that dot the political landscape, aligned with some of the most nefarious groups who care little for peace or humanitarianism.
The charity with no shame: Founded to promote peace, a wealthy Rowntree trust now funds Muslim fanatics, former Irish terrorists and anti-Semitics. How CAN it justify its charitable status?
- Northern Irish organisation Teach na Failte is run by former INLA prisoner
- Teach na Failte has cosy links to recently active criminals and terrorists
- Able to pursue its agenda thanks to one of Britain’s wealthiest charities
- Recently had grant of £149,915 from Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
- Trust is also the principal financial backer of Cage, a Muslim ‘human rights’ group which are apologists for the ISIS executioner known as Jihadi John
- Gave £60,000 in ‘core funding’ to the Islamic Human Rights Commission
- IHRC campaigns for the ‘rights’ of terrorists including Omar Abdel Rahman and Abu Hamza
Terrorist beneficiaries of the Trust’s backing include ISIS executioner Mohammed Emwazi
Even by the standards of the Irish Troubles, the grotesque murder of pub landlord Cecil Black was in a class of its own.
The 73-year-old grandfather was battered to death with a metal gas cylinder shortly after teatime one Friday afternoon in 1990.
Cecil’s ‘crime’, so to speak, had been to refuse to serve three drunken youths who claimed to be entitled to free drinks because they were ‘connected’ to the Republican terrorist movement.
After smashing up Cecil’s Bar in broad daylight, and helping themselves to the contents of the till, the thuggish trio took their victim upstairs, tied him to a sofa, and beat him around the head until his skull caved in.
Cecil, from Dundalk, just south of the Ulster Border, was later found face-down, in a pool of blood. His wrists and ankles were bound, and there were deep cuts to his hands, face and ears.
The Gardai (the Irish police) described the old man’s murder as ‘one of the most brutal crimes that we have ever encountered’.
The ringleader of the youths who carried out this vile attack was later identified as Eugene Kelly.
An enthusiastic member of the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA), a terrorist group which has murdered at least 120 people, including the Conservative MP Airey Neave, he was arrested and then convicted of Cecil Black’s murder in April 1992.
In court, Kelly and his two fellow defendants ‘did nothing but laugh’.