Police in Pakistan's capital are investigating banners that were put up on behalf of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), a U.N.- and U.S.-designated terror group, that urged residents in Islamabad to donate money for Muslims in Myanmar and Syria.
"It is a tradition in Pakistan, and such banners and signs appear mysteriously overnight, [posted] by unknown people on behalf of militant groups," Hasan Askari Rizvi, a security analyst from Pakistan, told VOA. "They should be held accountable for violating the law."
Making such "charities" illegal has little, if any, impact because:
Militant groups in Pakistan reportedly collect donations under the guise of religion and welfare for the poor, and instead use the money to fund terrorism.
Muslims are commanded to donate 2.5% of their savings to "charity" every year. These Jihadist groups often show photos of malnourished and oppressed Muslim children to get a few bucks from gullible Muslims. That money goes towards murdering infidels.
I remember such donation boxes in stores in Saudi Arabia in the mid to late 90s. That cash went towards their poor "Muslim brothers" in Afghanistan. All those Arabs who gave money basically bankrolled 9/11.