Anti-Islamic and Nazi-themed goods on sale at charity HQ
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Anti-Islamic and Nazi T-shirts sold by military charity

A military charity has been found selling anti-Islamic and Nazi-themed clothing from its Blackpool headquarters to raise funds for military veterans.

1st Knight provides respite breaks abroad for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

It is registered with the Charity Commission and has signed up to the industry Code of Fundraising Practice.

Secret filming by BBC Scotland recorded volunteers for the charity mocking Muslims and some Islamic beliefs.

1st Knight told the BBC some of the merchandise was "inappropriate" and would be withdrawn from sale.

  • 09 Nov 2016