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Tuesday, 28 August, 2012, 7:17 ( 5:17 GMT )
Charity Commission Vindicates Muslim Aid
19/12/2010 19:54:00
The UK Charity Commission has today vindicated Muslim Aid's position that it did not unlawfully fund the Al-Ihsan Charitable Society. The Commission also confirmed that within the scope of its investigation it found no evidence of irregular or improper use of the charity's funds or any evidence that the charity had illegally funded any
proscribed or designated entities.

The Charity Commission's investigation had been prompted by defamatory articles published by the Daily Telegraph and its sister paper, the Sunday Telegraph, earlier in the year.

A Press Release issued by the Commission on its website further states that "by the publishing of this report the Commission has given a public assurance that public allegations of links between the charity and terrorism in relation to the Al-Ihsan Charitable Society are unsubstantiated. The Commission has also provided regulatory
advice and guidance to the trustees to further strengthen the way in which the charity's due diligence and monitoring procedures are applied and recorded."

Commenting on the Commission's Report, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Muslim Aid, Sir Iqbal Sacranie, expressed his satisfaction with the process of the investigation and its final conclusions. He said: "We are immensely grateful to our supporters and partners across the world for their steadfast trust in
the integrity of the Charity and the belief that Muslim Aid complies fully with the national laws, including counter-terrorism laws."

"Muslim Aid looks forward to working with the Charity Commission to ensure that the issues that relate to the wider charity sector in the Report are also fully addressed by Muslim Aid, including updating our Governing Document and strengthening our record keeping and filing procedures", he added.
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Name: SAWADOGO KAM RASMANEDate: 21/05/2012 23:51:42
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From The Desk Of Sawadogo Kam Rasmane
Adress: 2433 lome Republic of Togo West Africa

Request for assistance for Muslim Population of Togo.

Permit me to introduce myself to you; my name is Mr. SAWAODOGO KAM Rasmane Director of Islamic Charity Association andSocial Welfare

And I also want to ask an apology for any inconveniency that this message can cause to you, we are registered Non Governmental Organizationworking the field of the humanitarian services mostly for our Muslim Father, Mother ,Brothers and sisters and also children Our Head office is in Lome the capital of Republic of Togo, West Africa.


It is a pleasure of the executive management of the supreme council for call and Islamic research to write this letter to you and seeking assistance to all our Muslim Family in Togo.



Our activities involved providing basis services for orphans, poor, and needy by digging wells for portable drinking water building schools vocational training institution for the youth and also build Mosque for the Muslim Community etc, on seasonal basis we also provide IFTAR SAIM which is breaking of fasting for the needy.


We share food to the poor and the needy during the month of Ramadan; also we distribute meat project during EID-ADHA.

We therefore kindly request your assistance to enable us provide these service to the poor and the needy in Togo.



By assisting us with whatever you dispose, it can be Holy Book know as QURAN KARIM,

We shall be grateful if you will kindly accept and answer our request.

The congregation of Muslim in Togo particularly needs your help and assistance.
May Allah Guide us and protect us all.
We look forward to hear from you.
Thanks for your cooperation.
yours faithfully Phone ; +228 90 00 17 46
SAWADOGO KAM RASMANE




 
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