The charge of “racism” is often used to stifle opposition to jihad terror. So it is no surprise at all that an “anti-racism” campaigner would end up being a jihad terror financier.
“Anti-racist spokesman on SAPO terror list,” Fria Tider, December 12, 2016 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
Yussuf is one of around 400 names Sapo requested that the Tax Agency will review, who are suspected financing of terrorism, in the framework of the project “Snowball”.
He owes taxes due to undeclared income of 40,000 and 60,000 crowns for the years 2014 and 2015. Of this he explains that he worked with volunteers to help “unaccompanied minors”.
“I’m active in civil society. I am an activist. I help people. Sometimes there are people who have the cash and want me to help them to pay a bill,” he said to Gefle Dagblad.
In addition to his role as spokesperson for the mosque in Gavle, Rague Ali Yussuf has been active as a board member of Youth Against Racism. He has also tried to become a lay judge in the District Court for the Green Party but was not chosen because he was not a Swedish citizen, according to NyheterIdag, which drew attention to Yussuf earlier this year because he had praised the jihad flag.