Audit of B.C. mosque charity alleges personal spending, ‘relationship’ with Qatar group accused of supporting terror

A charity that runs a Vancouver-area mosque has been penalized by federal regulators after an audit found its former president and imam spent tens of thousands of dollars on personal purchases including a spa, jewelry, video games and hair dye.

The Canada Revenue Agency audit of the Islamic Society of British Columbia also alleged the charity was “controlled or influenced” by a Qatar organization accused of supporting terrorism, although that did not result in a penalty.

No penalty for links to a terror supporting entity. How 2017!

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