Powerful Christian group took alleged terror money
- An outfit that runs a controversial Christian boardinghouse for members of Congress looks to have taken money from an organization that federal prosecutors have accused of funding Islamic terrorism. And a group of Ohio pastors wants the feds to get involved.Clergy Voice, a progressive activist group, has asked the IRS to probe whether the Fellowship, a secretive Christian organization best known for hosting the National Prayer Breakfast each year, illegally received $50,000 from the Islamic American Relief Agency in 2004. That year, the Senate Finance Committee put the IARA on a list of terror financiers. As a tax-exempt entity, the Fellowship is barred from dealing with such groups.
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