A Muslim education charity has described the tone of a Charity Commission report that describes misconduct and mismanagement at the organisation as "unjustified and disproportionate".

The commission's statutory inquiry report on the Islamic Education and Research Academy, published today, says there was misconduct and mismanagement in the charity's administration because trustees did not properly assess the risks of appearing to be associated with people who condoned extremism.

The charity said the commission's final report did not sufficiently reflect that it had accepted the commission's complaints and sought to remedy the issue.

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