Mosque where terrorist taught stripped of responsibilities for children

The Guardian World news: Islam - 23 August, 2018 - 13:54

Charity watchdog installs manager at London mosque where Umar Haque worked

The trustees at an east London mosque that employed a dangerous extremist who attempted to build an army of child jihadists have been stripped of safeguarding responsibilities by the charity watchdog.

The Charity Commission has installed a specially appointed interim manager at the Ripple Road mosque to take over procedures for the protection of children, as the regulator investigates its links to the convicted terrorist Umar Haque.

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