'Marketplace' Report: Muslim Charities Audited Muslim charities are agreeing to be audited by the Better Business Bureau. The audit is designed to assure donors that the charities are not involved in terrorist activities. Madeleine Brand talks to Janet Babin about why the Better Business Bureau is doing the audit and not a law enforcement agency such as the FBI.
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'Marketplace' Report: Muslim Charities Audited

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'Marketplace' Report: Muslim Charities Audited

'Marketplace' Report: Muslim Charities Audited

'Marketplace' Report: Muslim Charities Audited

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Muslim charities are agreeing to be audited by the Better Business Bureau. The audit is designed to assure donors that the charities are not involved in terrorist activities. Madeleine Brand talks to Janet Babin about why the Better Business Bureau is doing the audit and not a law enforcement agency such as the FBI.