On the charity's webpage, Hhugs say they are in desperate need of volunteers from Birmingham.
A Sunday Mercury reporter posed as a would-be donor and asked Hhugs about their work.
Their organiser, who identified herself as "Usma", told us that Hhugs helped terror suspects on bail and control orders, with two or three "key workers" in Birmingham.
Hhugs also has links to Islamist movement Hizb-ut-Tahrir, an extreme political group that the Government tried to ban following the July 7 London terror attacks.
Taji Mustafa, who was leader of HuT at the time, gave a speech in support of Hhugs at an event in Manchester in July 2007.
Last night a spokeswoman for Hhugs said: "We do offer help with Islamic school fees for the children.