Tony Blair’s religious charity has links to the Muslim Brotherhood, which is under investigation by by MI5 and MI6, Great Britain’s domestic and foreign intelligence agencies.
The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch revealed that Dr Ismail Khudr Al-Shatti, an adviser to the Kuwaiti government and a member of Mr Blair’s advisory council, is a leading member of the Kuwaiti branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamic Constitutional Movement (ICM).
Another Islamic adviser to Mr Blair is Mustafa Ceric, a Bosnian Muslim cleric who has made controversial statements about Islam in the Balkan states.
The former Grand Mufti of Bosnia-Herzegovina has been linked to the the global Muslim Brotherhood through his membership of the European Council for Fatwa and Research.
The key question here is: if a former British Prime Minister can’t keep his religious charity from having ties to Islamic extremism, how can the Shariah finance industry assure us all that it doesn’t indirectly aid Jihad?