Government revokes charity status of Canadian Jewish group that supported ‘foreign armed forces’


Monsters. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has provided terror-tied Islamic groups with $23,000,000. Yet it’s a religious requirement in Islam to fund jihad. That is why we saw every major Muslim group in America (CAIR, ICNA, ISNA, MAS, MSA, et al) named un-indicted co-conspirators in the largest terror funding trial in our nation’s history — the Holy Land Foundation trial. The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM) is CAIR’s Canadian branch. ISNA is headquartered in Canada. But instead of investigating what they do with their money, the Canadian government revokes the charity status of a Jewish organization because it supports Israel. They will find their Muslim friends to be not quite as friendly as they think.

“Government revokes charity status of Canadian Jewish group that supported ‘foreign armed forces,’” by Stewart Bell, Global News, January 28, 2019 (thanks to Mark):

A Canadian Jewish organization has been stripped of its charity status following a government audit that found it had provided support to “foreign armed forces,” according to documents obtained by Global News.

The Beth Oloth Charitable Organization, based in Toronto, had been a registered charity since 1980 and was one of richest in Canada, with more than $60-million in revenues in 2017.

But federal regulators said some of its activities were not charitable under Canadian law, such as “increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the Israeli armed forces.”

The Canada Revenue Agency also identified a list of other problems such as funding projects in the occupied territories, which it said was contrary to Canada’s policy on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The president of the former charity could not be reached for comment. The address listed in CRA records is a home in North York. The group does not appear to have a website.

But in the audit documents, the CRA Charities Directorate said the group had not issued tax receipts properly, lacked “direction and control” over the use if its funds, and had funded non-charitable activity.

That included educational programs called mechinot that prepared high school students for Israeli military service….

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