'Terror link' charities get British millions in Gift Aid
Groups under investigation for allegedly aiding Syrian militants use scheme that allows charities to claim back tax paid by their donors
Charities accused of supporting jihad in Syria and other forms of terrorism have been paid millions of pounds by British taxpayers.
Groups under investigation for allegedly aiding Syrian militants have used the Gift Aid system to claim large sums from the public purse.
Among them is Al-Fatiha Global, a Midlands-based charity which is being investigated by the Charity Commission after the chief executive's son was apparently pictured in Syria with his arms round two masked men holding AK47s. He denies the photograph is of him.
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