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.

By HILLEL NEUER
August 18, 2016 13:11
4 minute read.
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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