Nsw police charge federal public servant funds islamic state.
Militant groups from across New South Wales including the Muslim Council of New South Wales (MCNS), Muslim Welfare Society (MUWS), Islamic Centre of Sydney (ICOS), Sydney Islamic Center, the Islamic Society of NSW (ISNO) and the Islamic Welfare Association (IWA) have been fighting an investigation of their finances.
At the forefront of the campaign have been the state’s Muslim community, the Muslim Welfare Society (MUWS), which has issued a statement saying if the inquiry does not result in action it will sue the NSW government.
“It’s the responsibility of state and federal politicians to ensure they are upholding the law and not allowing their laws to b바카라사이트e trampled on by extremists,” MUWS National Secretary Muna Ahmed said, in a statement posted on Facebook.
“These attacks have come about on account of the fear they create in our community, and that they have been emboldened by an increasingly radicalised society.”
The Islamic Welfare Association (IWA), the group most targeted by groups such as Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and Boko Haram, claims it does not accept government funds.
The association was recently approached for comments by The Sunday Telegraph. In a statement 더킹카지노sent to its members earlier on Thursday night, IWA chairman Ayesha Mahmood said she was “not able to support and endorse” any organisation’s statements as a “partisan issue”.
“My personal view is that religious카지노 사이트 freedom should be protected and not undermined,” she told The Sunday Telegraph.
“We are a group that supports the basic human rights of all communities. Whether you are Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist or whatever, we support you in your freedom and in your right to worship as you choose.
“But if you are attacked by these extreme groups and if you feel it is appropriate to defend yourselves by going through the courts, we ask you to do so through the courts, rather than using this attack to undermine religious freedom.
“We need to work together, so if there is anything that you need or wants to raise, give it to us, but also please have respect for the courts.”
In December 2014, MuWS lodged a complaint against an organisation called Islamic Centre of New South Wales (ICOS) and a third organisation, Islamic Federation of New South Wales (IFAN), alleging they provided funding to militant groups including ISNA.
When asked why they believed ICOS and IFAN wer