Hamas to pay families of eliminated, wounded terrorists during riots on Gaza border
The Hamas terror group announced Thursday that it would pay families of Muslim terrorists who are eliminated or wounded during its planned violent riots along the security border fence, with the next one set to take place on Friday.
The money would be given, it said, “as compensation within the framework of the social and national responsibility of the organization.”
Families of eliminated Muslim terrorists will receive $3,000, while family members of rioters seriously wounded will receive $500. Families of terrorists who are moderately wounded will receive $200.
The publication of its new financial scheme comes a day before the renewal of the mass riots sponsored by the Hamas terror group, whose leader have threatened to escalate terrorism on Friday after mosque, in what has been dubbed ‘tire Friday’.
COGAT chief Maj. Gen. Poli Mordechai asked WHO to intervene and stop Hamas’ plan to burn 10,000 tires during planned riots along the Gaza border this Friday after mosque. “The air pollution will damage local residents’ health”, he said.
COGAT chief Maj. Gen. Poli Mordechai asked WHO to intervene and stop Hamas’ plan to burn 10,000 tires during planned riots along the Gaza border. “The air pollution will damage local residents’ health”, he said.
The IDF said Saturday that at least ten Gazans out of the 16 eliminated by Israeli gunfire on the Gaza border Friday were known terrorists, eight of which were members of Hamas terror group, which said earlier that day only five of which were its members.
A spokesman for PA chairman Abbas’ Fatah says 14 of the Muslim terrorists eliminated while trying to attack Israeli territory, were Fatah members, trying to outscore. By that he admits that none were peaceful protesters.