June 17, 2009

ACLU: U.S. laws chill Muslim philanthropy

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(RNS) The American Civil Liberties Union charged Tuesday (June 16) that laws meant to eliminate terror financing are unjustly targeting Muslims, interfering with their right to practice Islam and resulting in a decline in charitable giving. The ACLU’s 166-page report, “Blocking Faith, Freezing Charity,” said the laws undermine security, rather than fight terrorism. The U.S. […]

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