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UK think tank: "Over half" of British donations to two well-known Syrian charities ends up in coffers of ISIS and other radical Islamist groups.

"More than half of the UK’s donations to smaller charities working in Syria fall into the hands of ISIS and other Islamist groups, the London based anti-radicalisation think-tank Quilliam has claimed. Two charities who send aid convoys to the country are now being investigated by the Charities Commission over possible serious breaches of their charitable status. Both deny the claim. The two charities are Children in Deen and Al-Fatiha Global, the latter which is the charity that helped organise the convoy that Alan Henning, the last Brit to be beheaded by ISIS, was travelling with, Newsweek has reported. Both are under investigation for the 'most serious' level of breaches after the media linked the organisations to militant Islamic groups in Syria." -- Donna Rachel Edmunds, Breitbart.com

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