Qatari envoy arrives in Gaza to transfer $30 million bribes to Hamas
Qatari envoy Mohammed al-Emadi arrived in Gaza to transfer $30 million to Hamas as part of understandings reportedly reached between Israel and the Muslim terror groups in Gaza.
Al-Emadi will hold a meeting with UN envoy Nickolay Mladenov and Hamas terror group chief Ismail Haniyeh to coordinate the money transfer through other means.
The money is supposed to go to families in need and for projects that will create jobs. The money is also expected to be used to pay the salaries of Hamas terrorists with the exception of members of the armed wing Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, whose sole mission is to murder Israelis.
Qatar’s Gaza Reconstruction Committee confirmed the payouts will begin on Monday, with each family in need receiving $100 in assistance. Payments will be distributed via the post offices in the Strip.
On Sunday, Israel reopened its border crossings with Gaza, as part of the cease-fire agreement with Hamas and Islamic Jihad which saw 700 rockets fired by Muslim terrorists and four Israeli civilians murdered.
Following the escalation, Qatar’s Foreign Ministry pledged to give $480 million. $300 million are aimed for health and education in Judea and Samaria, while another $180 million will fund humanitarian aid, renovation works to improve electrical systems and support UN initiatives in Gaza.
Hamas, the Islamic Jihad and other terror groups in Gaza continue threatening with rocket attacks to disrupt the upcoming Israeli-hosted Eurovision song contest in Tel Aviv.