A Danish courtcleared two members of the country's branch of a Muslim charity who wereallegedly accused by
Tuesday's ruling followed a decision by the judges that the authenticity of thedocuments provided by the Israeli government cannot be verified at all,according to the AFP news agency.
Rachid Issa, chairman of Al Aqsa Foundation in
Danish authorities also froze between $45,000 and $215,000 of Al AqsaFoundation's assets following police charges that the organization financedPalestinian resistance groups.
In 2002, the foundation transferred about $61,000 to the Islamic CharitableSociety and the World Assembly of Muslim Youth.
Danish prosecutors and Israeli officials claim that both groups belong toHamas, which is classified by the European Union, the
But the Copenhagen City Court ruled that there was no evidence that the moneyended up in Hamas' hands.
Issa and Suleiman were the first to be charged under
The two men had pleaded innocent.
It was not immediately clear whether prosecutors would appeal the ruling.
Source:AgenciesGüncelleme Tarihi: 20 Eylül 2018, 18:16