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    A British report on the financing of extremism may implicate Saudi Arabia

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    A British report on the financing of extremism may implicate Saudi Arabia Empty A British report on the financing of extremism may implicate Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Thu 13 Jul 2017, 3:37 am

    A British report on the financing of extremism may implicate Saudi Arabia



    The British government refused to publish a report on the sources of funding for militants in the country in detail, prompting the opposition to accuse the government of trying to protect its ally Saudi Arabia.

    According to "Reuters" that the report, which is prepared by former Prime Minister David Cameron in November 2015 was handed over to the government last year suffered ministers under pressure to publish its results after three deadly attacks in Britain since March, the government said Islamic militants responsible.

    The agency quoted Interior Minister Amber Rudd, it said in a written statement to parliament that the reason for its refusal to publish the entire report "is the size of the personal information it contains and for reasons of national security."

    Rudd said that the audit found that more sources in support of these organizations is small donations from unknown individuals resident in Britain, but the report also found that external funding was an important source of income for a few of the organizations.
    A statement by the British minister: "external support allows individuals to study in institutions studying forms very conservative Islam and offer literature very conservative socially and Uaaza Islamic institutions in the United Kingdom .. Some of these individuals are then a source of concern was to extremism."

    According to "Reuters", opponents of the view that the government is seeking to cover up the report in order to protect Saudi Arabia, a close ally of Britain.

    For its part, said a member of Parliament, Caroline Lucas, the leader participation of the Green Party, which is pressing the government to publish the entire report that Rod statement is unacceptable, adding that it "does not provide any evidence whatsoever on any countries stems including external funding Tparty- which the government leaves vulnerable other charges of refusing to expose the role of Saudi money in terrorism in Britain. "

    The Henry Jackson Society British Research Center, published last week, a report said that external financing "Islamic extremism" in Britain, comes primarily from governments and organizations linked to the governments in the Gulf region as well as Iran.
    The report said, "at the forefront of these come Saudi Arabia, which has sponsored since the sixties millions of dollars in efforts to export Wahhabi ideology to the Muslim world, including the Muslim communities in the West."

    The Liberal Democrats leader Tim Varun government that he should expose supporters of "malicious thought" including "alleged, such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar allies," adding: "It seems that the government, once again, provided the alleged friendship with Saudi Arabia on our values."

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