The US State Department severed all links with Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW) charity over anti-Semitism charges against the entity, Washington Free Beacon reported Monday.
The report cited a deputy anti-Semitism envoy as saying that the State Department is “conducting a full review of the organization and US government funding” due to suspected anti-Semitic views held by some of the IRW higher-ups.
On Tuesday, the charity was also denied Dutch government funds as Sigrid Kaag, the country’s Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Co-operation, vowed to block any further payments to the IRW.
The Dutch authorities cited reports on the entity’s suspected links with the Muslim Brotherhood as the reason for the move.
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