UK : Terrorists to be banned from running charities – start with LTTE Tamil Diaspora



Posted on November 6th, 2014

The British Government has announced new measures to prevent convicted terrorists funneling money from UK charities to extremist groups. If the British Government is sincere about confronting the ‘menace of extremism’ by ensuring that the Charity Commission is given new powers to prevent dangerous criminals misusing money that is donated to charities, the British Government needs to immediately start investigating the 16 LTTE fronts, their heads and the 424 individuals the GOSL has proscribed incorporating UN Security Council Resolution 1373 which is binding of UN member nations to extend support and cooperation for organizations listed. Some of the proscribed organizations are functioning from the UK, the individuals are employed by UK companies and they have been found guilty and removed from the UK Charity list giving all the more reasons for UK authorities to honor their claims to eliminate terrorism. UK authorities have been warned…

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I am a lawyer and social activist based in Delhi the capital of India. I report the nuances of our culture and life.
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