Major Islamic Charity Fined For Suspected Laundering of Support to ‘Armed Militants’

The ISNA Mosque on South Sheridan Way, Mississauga Ontario, is the scene of suspected terrorist ties. (Fernando Morales/The Canadian Press photo)

Global News A major Canadian Islamic organization has been suspended and fined by federal charities regulators following an audit that raised concerns it had “provided resources” that may have been used to support armed militancy.

The Canada Revenue Agency said it had suspended the Islamic Society of North America-Canada (ISNA-Canada) for a year effective Sept. 12 and ordered the Mississauga-based charity to pay a $550,000 penalty.

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