Timing of Charity Shutdown Troubles Muslims

Another Muslim charity has its assets frozen by the U.S. Treasury; the group's operators are accused of supporting terrorists. The move was made near the start of Ramadan, when Muslims are required by their religion to give to charity. NPR's Greg Allen reports.

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