(RoyalPatriot)- Outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed earlier this week that the State Department has officially cut ties with Islamic Relief Worldwide, an international charity known for spreading anti-Semitic hate.
After a long history of accusations against the organization for promoting hate against Jewish people, the United States government is now no longer an official partner of the charity and will not provide taxpayer dollars to help their cause.
Ellie Cohanim, the deputy special envoy to monitor and combat anti-Semitism, confirmed the decision by the Trump administration in an interview with the Washington Free Beacon.
Cohanim confirmed there the State Department was “conducting a full review of the organization and U.S. government funding” owing to several instances of anti-Semitism expressed by the leadership of the charity.
How long until Joe Biden and the Democrats reinstate the relationship and sweep the accusations of anti-Semitism under the carpet?
Denying access to the United States government will be a blow to the charity’s legitimacy, though it may not immediately impact the charity’s massive $100 million in annual donations from governments, organizations, and individuals all over the world.
You might not be surprised to learn that Islamic Relief Worldwide was an official partner of the Obama administration, and even back then evidence of anti-Jewish hate was ignored by the Democrats.
Leaders within the organization have reportedly posted social media messages supporting Hamas, the terrorist organization running “Palestine” that is responsible for great bloodshed and relentless terrorist attacks in Israel. Leaders of the organization have even been caught calling Jews “grandchildren of monkeys and pigs.”
The “monkeys and pigs” comment came from the director of the Islamic charity, who was soon forced to resign over the comments.
Director of Biggest UK Muslim Charity Branded Jews ‘Grandchildren of Monkeys and Pigs’ https://t.co/uYOxUXgdQ4
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) July 25, 2020
James Richardson, the director of the Office of Foreign Assistance at the State Department, confirmed to the Washington Free Beacon that the organization is no longer an official partner charity of the United States government.
“Given what we know about IRW, the Department and USAID should act with extreme caution and avoid partnering with IRW in the future,” he said, offering advice to the incoming Biden administration.
Let’s see what happens…