How Can Donors Know When a Charity Is Terrorist?

How are donors to know which charities are and worthy of their largesse? How can they be sure that the gift they make today will be used as they think, and not to fuel a terrorist attack? Since the Al Qaeda attacks of Sept. 11, it has come to light that the activities sponsored by some charities may favor terrorist organizations. Here we are in 2003 with news reports that charities are accused of

How are donors to know which charities are “clean” — and worthy of their largesse? How can they be sure that the gift they make today will be used as they think, and not to fuel a terrorist attack?

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