Mohammed Hijab reveals figures linked to Salafi Publications misappropriated Prevent money

Prominent YouTuber Mohammed Hijab reports on a case where Prevent money which was allocated to Reading Islamic Information Centre was allegedly misappropriated by individuals linked to Salafi Publications. 

Evidences in relation to the case which are referred to in this video can be read below:

Asif Khan Abu Hafsa’s Twitter account:

Asif Khan Abu Hafsa statement:

Bid document with local council:

End of year report:

Evidence list and witness statements:

Inner City Guidance records:

Salafi Publications charity records:

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