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Ahmed Yaqub

As of 2011, Yaqub was the head of LET's maritime program, alternatively described as the group's naval wing. In this role, Yaqub looked after an LET cell run by Sajjid Mir for operational purposes. As of 2011, Yaqub also had been[...]

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Shahid Mahmood

Since at least 2012, Mahmood has routinely traveled overseas and worked with international organizations on behalf of LeT to conduct business for the group in FIF’s name. For example, when acting as the head of FIF in Karachi, Mahmood traveled to[...]

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Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation

AHIF was designated for having provided financial and material support to al Qaeda, as well as a wide range of designated terrorists and terrorist organizations.

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Hany Abd el-Gawad el-Banna el-Mansuri

El-Banna was formerly a trustee of Muslim Aid, a London-based charity which was previously a "partner organization" of the Al-Salah Islamic Association. The U.S. government has officially designated Al-Salah a terrorist entity. A number of Bangladeshi commentators have accused Muslim Aid[...]

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Muslim Aid

Established in 1985 in response to the 1983–85 famine in Ethiopia, by 23 organisations based in Britain. Muslim Aid was launched in February 1989 by a committee led by Cat Stevens and members from the Muslim Council of Britain. Stevens served[...]

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Muslim Council of Britain

The MCB has applied for and gained finance for projects devoted to the development of Muslim communities in Britain. The MCB received £150,000 of public money from the Government for a number of specific projects. These were: the MCB leadership development[...]

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Muslim Welfare House

The Muslim Welfare House, founded in 1970, was originally established to assist Muslim students coming to the UK for an education. However, over the years, the focus of the charity has changed, as has its user community. The multi-purpose building acts[...]

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