Back on 29 July, SFW reported that the Islamic Society of North America’s (ISNA) Canadian wing had been implicated in sending money to a Pakistani charity that was essentially a front for funding Jihad:
Now, we have the latest update from Canada on this situation.
The Canadian federal government’s charity watchdog has revoked ISNA’s charitable status over this situation. Hopefully this is the first step toward prosecuting ISNA for material support for terrorism, though we’re not holding our breath.
ISNA sent $280,000 to Hizbul Mujahideen, a Jihadist organization fighting in Kashmir. $280,000 will buy a lot of bullets, and other things that Jihadists need, such as explosives.
ISNA has a horrible record when it comes to Jihadist terrorism. Before the Canadian wing was caught funding Jihad in Kashmir, ISNA’s US wing was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the US v the Holy Land Foundation, the largest terrorism financing prosecution in US history. In that trial, ISNA was revealed to be a Muslim Brotherhood front group.
The fact that ISNA is the largest Islamic organization in North America and is Muslim Brotherhood and has been involved in funding Jihad is beyond troubling.