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how to approach the Charities Commission about Hawza's misuse of its status

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Submitted by Juan Golblado (United Kingdom), Apr 28, 2006 at 13:51

The Charity Commission's guidance booklet CC47 contains a point 9 which states that

"9. Circumstances in which we would see serious risk of harm include those where there is evidence of the following:

  • ...
  • the charity's assets being applied in significant breach of the terms of the governing document;
  • trustees acting in significant breach of the provisions of the charity's governing document or of charity or trust law;
  • ...
  • the trustees seriously misleading the public, or the Commission, or others with an interest in the charity (eg funders, beneficiaries or employees) about matters of material importance;
  • ...
  • the charity undertaking improper political activities.
It seems to me that teaching fundamentalist doctrines which describe nonMuslims as “filth” would qualify in all the above cases.

How can we force the Charities Commission to investigate?

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