British Council Excuses Islamist Warfare as Welfare

Where does charity end and terrorism begin?

A recent British Council report on the “Muslim Humanitarian Sector,” funded by the European Union (EU) and presented on February 21 at the British Embassy in Washington D.C., attacks the supposedly “pervasive myth that Muslim aid and development organizations and charities are disproportionately used as fronts for terrorist activity.” The charities named in the report, however, are prominent Islamist organizations, some of which are undeniably connected to extremism and terror.