posted by Christopher Holton

Here we have yet another example of an Islamic charity that has come under scrutiny due to improprieties. While there is certainly no indication that there is a terror nexus this time, the nature of the impropriety is in fact legal…

The CRA characterized those shortcomings as “serious.” It said the centre failed to demonstrate that it was “constituted for exclusively charitable purposes,” and did not maintain the required books and records. What’s more, the directorate said, the centre gave blank charitable receipts to another, unregistered organization to help it raise money, and issued inflated tax receipts for the school’s tuition fees.

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