Not that I know anything about Quakers or Quakers' ways of charity, but this looks extremely curious:
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust (JRCT) is a Quaker grant making trust founded in 1904 by Joseph Rowntree, which claims to support “people who address the root causes of conflict and injustice.” Despite these high-minded aspirations, however, the JRCT funds a number of extremist organisations:And more on that exciting list of very suspicious outfits benefiting from the largess of Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.
CagePrisoners (£135,000)CAGE (formerly CagePrisoners) is a terrorist support group run by confessed terrorist Moazzam Begg, “Britain’s most famous supporter of the Taliban,” who once admitted to visiting terrorist training camps on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan, where he was responsible for “small arms and mountain tactics” training. Begg has recently been charged with terrorism offences following his return from a visit to Syria.CAGE has promoted the conspiracy theory that “9/11 could be insurance fraud” planned by “Zionist billionaires.”
How about IRS getting on that case, instead of harassing some less annoying groups?
Update: The trust in question is a UK affair, so it is up to the British version of IRS. Thanks to Brian Goldfarb for clarification.