Thursday, August 4, 2016

Israel charges Gaza NGO head for diverting 'millions to Hamas'  fr

TEL AVIV - Israel on Thursday charged the Gaza head of a major international NGO with diverting millions of dollars in foreign funding to Hamas and its military wing. The Shin Bet internal security service said $7.2 million (6.5 million euros) given to World Vision had been diverted to Hamas each....

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This cluster belong to the following story: 2nd aid worker charged with helping Hamas

Keywords: Palestine, Israel, xx / Hamas, World Vision / israeli, palestinian, gaza, bank, west

Start date: Wednesday, July 20, 2016

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