The United Kingdom’s Charity Commission has rightly sought to cut off funding through Islamic charities for the Islamist group CAGE.
CAGE has been vocal in support for British Jihadis and has provided legal services for Jihadis. CAGE is largely funded by Islamic charities…
CAGE, a UK advocacy group best known for defending Islamic State executioner Mohammed Emwazi, better known as Jihadi John, is suing the UK Charity Commission for pulling the group’s funding.
CAGE had a close relationship with Emwazi before he became Jihadi John, providing him with support and advice. After CAGE called Emwazi “a beautiful man” in February and blamed Britain for radicalizing him, the UK’s charity commission stepped in and urged two major charities backing CAGE to pull their funding. Both charities, the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and the Roddick Foundation, acted accordingly.