US announces $50 million aid program for Gaza

The United States on Monday announced a $50 million humanitarian aid program for the Gaza Strip.

US officials said the money will be used over five years to provide basic humanitarian assistance and create jobs. It will be distributed by the US Agency for International Development in partnership with Catholic Relief Services.

The US Consul General in Jerusalem, Donald A. Blume, said the effort is meant to address “the dire needs that are obvious in Gaza.”

Gaza’s economy has sharply declined since the Islamic terrorist group Hamas took over the coastal territory nearly a decade ago. Unemployment there is estimated to be over 40 percent.

The US considers Hamas a terror organization and has no official relations with the group.

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  1. Hamas might not be recognized by the US…so they say….but they were elected by the Gazans (Fakestinians) who you trying to help. It is pretty stupid to put $50 Million into their hands…since Hamas controls everything that enters Gaza…..What Catholic relief effort or any other organization is not under control by Hamas in Gaza ? Even the UN owned UNRWA is controlled by Hamas. The US thinks people are stupid to hide their funding of Hamas using defunct Hamas controlled NGOs.

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