A Bolton-based Muslim charity has accused a bank of putting lives at risk for shutting down its account.
The Ummah Welfare Trust has distributed 70 million pounds to projects in 20 countries. And it's had a presence in Gaza for the past 10 years.
But the charity has now received a letter from the HSBC to tell them their account is being closed for being beyond the bank's "risk appetite".
Mohammad Ahmad is from the charity.
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