Friday, December 19, 2014   

HSBC accused of being Islamophobic
(07-31 10:56)

Gavin Grey what reason the bank had given for closing the accounts
Banking giant HSBC has been accused of being Islamophobic after it told three Muslim organizations in Britain that it was closing their accounts.
One of the organizations was the Finsbury Park Mosque in north London, where the jailed radical cleric Abu Hamza used to preach.
HSBC denied that the groups were being targeted for racial or religious reasons. --RTHK   
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