More Islamophobia in Britain. From the Telegraph, with thanks to JE:
Five British men have had their assets frozen amid accusations they used a charity to help fund a terrorist organisation linked to al-Qa’eda.
The men had their assets frozen after an order by the United Nations Security Council. It is alleged they used the Sanabel Relief Agency Limited and three companies to fund the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group.
They were named as Tahir Nasuf, 44, from Manchester, Abd Al-Rahman Al Faqih, 46, Ghuma Abd’rabbah, 48, and Abdulbaqi Mohammed Khaled, 48, all from Birmingham, and Midlands-based Mohammed Benhammedi, 39.
The freeze came after a request from the American treasury, who claim that Sanabel’s “first priority is providing support to the LIFG’s jihadist activities”, despite presenting itself as a reputable charity.