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US Muslim Charities and the War on Terror: A Decade in Review

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1 December 2011
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US Muslim Charities and the War on Terror: A Decade in Review

The first part of this report describes how, since 2001, the U.S. government has shut down some U.S. based charities as supporters of terrorism and closed others when its leaders were charged with tax fraud. The second part examines the excessive Government Scrutiny and Surveillance of U.S. Muslim Charities and Organizations. The third part of this report details how American Muslim charities continue to exercise their religious obligation. Muslim charities have also implemented due diligence procedures that go beyond federal requirements and several have started educational efforts to reach out to law enforcement and the public.

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