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Fundraisers have been left outraged after it was revealed they had been producing cash for chemical attacker Abdul Ezedi’s funeral.

The fundraising web page was arrange beneath the title ‘Abdul Wahed’ and raised greater than £6,000 with the enchantment brushing over his conviction for a 2018 intercourse assault, plus the horrific occasions that led to his loss of life.

Ezedi, who fled Afghanistan in 2016, was discovered useless within the Thames final month, ending a police manhunt after he had attacked a mom and her kids in Clapham, south London, with an alkali chemical substance in January.

His funeral fundraiser was arrange by the Muslim Burial Fund (MBF), regardless of Ezedi being granted asylum within the UK after changing to Christianity.

Ezedi’s enchantment to remain within the UK was profitable regardless of considerations he was a liar after he stated the Old Testament was about Jesus Christ and stated ‘Jacob’ was one of many 12 disciples throughout questioning.

Despite this, reverend Roy Merrin, a retired crew chief at Grange Road Baptist Church in Jarrow, Tyneside, stated he had usually attended worship and had been baptised.

It was dominated that Ezedi could be “at risk” if he returned to Afghanistan.

The fundraiser by the MBF made £6,596, exceeding its £3,800 goal, earlier than it pulled the advert and enchantment video.

The web page learn: “Please give our brother a dignified Islamic burial. He died tragically in suspicious circumstances with no one to claim his body.”

Speaking to MailOnline, an MBF spokesman confirmed the charity solely buried Muslims.

He stated: “Regardless of any person’s faith, be it Muslim or Christian, if the next of kin decide their loved one wants such and such a burial that’s what will happen. It is not the media who will decide nor the court of public opinion.

“Regardless of the person’s background, whatever they have been accused of doing, whatever their faith, as a charity we will only bury Muslims.”

At the tip of its article, one commentator raged on the charity, together with one who wrote: “The Charity Commission should investigate this fraudulent fundraising and seize control of the charity and its assets.

“The trustees must be held accountable.”

Another added: “How many extra examples do that you must see that the UK is ready up for many who want to abuse it, to have the fullest alternative to take action?”