UK government will not release full report into Muslim Brotherhood activities

A report into the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK will not be released in full, according to a government spokesperson.

British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the investigation, led by Ambassador to Saudi Arabia John Jenkins, into the group in April 2014, with one Cabinet Office source telling the Telegraph that “given the concerns now being expressed about the group and its alleged links to extremism and violence, it’s absolutely right and prudent that we have a more thorough understanding of the group and its impact on both our national security and on our interest in stability and prosperity in the Middle East.”

But according to a Downing Street press officer, the report set to be released will contain only the “main findings” of the investigation, though he denied that this represented a change in policy.

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  • tom_billesley

    The British government would not wish to cause potential embarrassment to its “partners” in interfaith dialogue and community bridge-building, especially those getting funding from the government.

  • “A report into the activities of the Muslim Brotherhood in the UK will not be released in full, according to a government spokesperson.”

    Why?