14:11 - 07/13/2017
The British government announced Thursday that it would not publish the report on the sources of financing extremist and terrorist groups in Britain, prompting the opposition to accuse the government of trying to protect its ally Saudi Arabia in this area.
The transfer site Press TV in Iran in his translation / information / British Home Secretary Amber Rudd's report as saying that "Although some extremist organizations within Britain receive hundreds of thousands of dollars, but the government decided not to publish the entire report," noting that "it due to the size of the personal information it contains and for national security reasons. "
He added that "donations to extremist groups within Britain's source comes from an unknown small donations from people based in Britain, but the external financing of these groups was an important source of income for a number of quite a few of extremist organizations in the country."
Rudd stressed that "external support personnel were allowed to study in institutions studying forms of extremist ideologies deeply and that some of them has become a source of concern for terrorism in the country."
For his part, opposition MP Caroline Lucas said that the Greens party, "British Home Office statement provides little idea of any of the countries that provide foreign financing of terrorism, which puts the British government more vulnerable to accusations revealed about the role of Saudi money in terrorism in Britain."
An earlier report had been issued by Henry Jackson, the British Research Center, which confirmed that the most prominent supporters of terrorism in Britain is Saudi Arabia. Finished / z 25