Trustees disqualified after charity provides platform to terrorist leader
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Trustees disqualified after charity provides platform to terrorist leader

25 Jul 2016 | Governance | David Ainsworth

A Kurdish charity has been removed from the register of charities and its board disqualified from trusteeship after a Charity Commission investigation found it had links to a terrorist leader.

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