The aid workers aiding Hamas

The UN and NGOs that have been infiltrated by terror organizations must mend their ways or have their funding frozen.

August 18, 2016 13:11
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Mohammed El-Halabi

Mohammed El-Halabi appears in court, August 4. (photo credit: REUTERS)

THE ARREST of Palestinian humanitarian officials in Gaza from two separate international organizations – charged with siphoning aid resources to support Hamas terrorism – along with allegations about at least two other entities raises troubling questions about the culture within the United Nations and non-governmental agencies that allowed such crimes to take place.

First there was the announcement by Israel’s Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) on August 4 that Mohammed El-Halabi, director of the Gaza branch of World Vision – a billion-dollar Christian aid agency – was indicted for systematically diverting tens of millions of dollars in aid money to Hamas.


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