Hamas Palestinian Misuse of Aid



Here’s something worth presenting to apologists for the Islamonazi regime the next time they come calling.

Fatah and Hamas and their wheelbarrows of cash

Both Fattah and Hamas are guilty of squandering international aid money for private purposes, how else are they going to pad their ranks with the ‘loyal’. This is the reason why aid in general, to any land, in the long run, is entirely detrimental to the purposes often cited, rebuilding the society, it almost always ends up like this no matter where its tried.

‘There Are 1,700 Hamas Millionaires in Gaza’

Fatah opens verbal fire on Hamas, claims its officials are meddling in Egyptian affairs and getting rich off their own citizens.

By Dalit Halevi, Ari Yashar

First Publish: 3/20/2014, 8:38 PM
Ismail Haniyeh (R) with Hamas chief Khaled Mashaal

Ismail Haniyeh (R) with Hamas chief Khaled Mashaal

Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah faction went on the offensive Thursday, claiming that Hamas in Gaza is corrupt and “doesn’t represent the Palestinian people.”

Fatah Spokesman Ahmad Assaf told Erem News that Hamas’s attempts to influence Egypt’s inner workings are “unacceptable,” noting the ties between Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, both of which have been outlawed in the Nile state for their part in terror attacks.

Egypt has done more for the Palestinian Arabs than Hamas or the Muslim Brotherhood, who merely spew empty slogans and sell religion according to Assaf. Hamas on Tuesday criticized Egypt for closing the Gaza border with Sinai, calling it a “crime against humanity.” The siege has led to power outages.

The Fatah spokesman claimed that while Gaza is one of the poorest places in the world, there are 1,700 millionaires among Hamas members, hinting that the terror group imposes steep taxes on its citizens for goods entering from Egypt and Israel, and that this money finds its way into Hamas officials’ pockets.

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