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Kirsty Weakley in civilsociety.org.uk, ‘. . . Conservative peer Baroness Warsi who is chair of her own foundation and also a trustee of Savayra Foundation, said Muslim charities play an important role but there are “consequences as a result of that”.  “Over the last decade it has been brutal being a Muslim in public life,” she said.  She criticised media for reporting “false accusations” and “chipping away” of individuals and organisations credibility. She highlighted the Department for Communities and Local Government for stopping its funding to the Muslim Charities Forum as a result of “accusations which have never been proven”.

Warsi said the Muslim sector had been subjected to a “level of scrutiny” and “often daily vilification” which “makes me question how you keep going,” she said. “We would welcome the drive to higher scrutiny, transparency and accountability if that is was it was all about.”  click here.

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