Questionable Giving Chicago Public Radio's Shirley Jahad reports on three charitable organizations who recently have had their assets frozen because they were determined to be aiding terrorists. The restrictions highlight a wider problem of figuring out how to cut funding for terrorists but not for the needy.
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Chicago Public Radio's Shirley Jahad reports on three charitable organizations who recently have had their assets frozen because they were determined to be aiding terrorists. The restrictions highlight a wider problem of figuring out how to cut funding for terrorists but not for the needy.