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Parliamentary questions
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30 March 2021
E-001741/2021/rev.1
Question for written answer  E-001741/2021/rev.1
to the Commission
Rule 138
Roman Haider (ID), Georg Mayer (ID)
 Subject: Possible funding of Islamist groups by the EU

In 2019, the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) received EUR 887 950(1). The Forum of European Muslim Youth and Student Organisations (FEMYSO) is also a member of the ENAR(2). The student organisation of the Islamic Community Millî Görüş is a member of FEMYSO(3). Millî Görüş is an organisation with an Islamist agenda and has great sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood(4).

1. How does the EU ensure that no EU funds reach the Millî Görüş Islamic movement indirectly via ENAR and FEMYSO?

2. How is it compatible with the values of the Union that an Islamist movement is part of an NGO that benefits from EU funds?

3. In general, how does the Commission ensure that none of its funding for NGOs reaches Islamist or other extremist groups?

(1)https://ec.europa.eu/transparencyregister/public/consultation/displaylobbyist.do?id=09854512780-89&locale=en#en
(2)https://www.enar-eu.org/Member-organisations-by-country
(3)http://femyso.org/we-are-femyso/member-organisations
(4)https://www.verfassungsschutz-bw.de/,Lde/Startseite/Arbeitsfelder/Milli-Goerues-Bewegung
Original language of question: DE
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