Tony Blair’s religious charity’s ‘links to extremism’

Tony Blair’s religious charity has links to an Islamic extremist group being investigated by MI5 and MI6, it has been alleged.

It has been claimed that two Muslim leaders, who have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, are advising The Tony Blair Faith Foundation.

The organisation has been declared a terrorist group in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, and could be banned in Britain, despite insisting they do not have links to extremist factions.

The Global Muslim Brotherhood Daily Watch, which has been looking into the group for 13 years, 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).

He is said to have told a crowd of Kuwaitis protesting over Palestine: “Israel is an evil, and we can never live with evil,” according to a news agency report in 2000…

h/t Tom Billesley

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