Hamas Received $22m From Slain IRGC Commander Soleimani In 2006
ICBPS- A deligation from Palestinian terrorist group Hamas received $22 million in cash from the IRGC terrorist dead Qassem Soleimani during a visit to Tehran in 2006.
Speaking with Iran’s state-run TV, Mahmoud al-Zahar, former foreign minister and senior Hamas leader, stated he outlined some of the financial problems the Palestinian group faced during a meeting with Soleimani.
In the interview with Iran’s Arabic-language television network al-Alam on Sunday, al-Zahar said “the following day, I found $22 million in bags at the airport” as the delegation was about to leave Tehran.
“We had agreed on a higher amount, but we were only nine people, and we could not carry any more cash due to baggage allowance,” he added.
Mahmoud al-Zahar, co-founder of the #Hamas terrorist faction and a member of the group’s leadership in #Gaza, says that in 2006, after his first meeting with slain warlord #QassemSoleimani, he received $22 million in several 40 kg suitcases. pic.twitter.com/nydjgGr9gg
— Reza Behrouz ?? (@RBehrouzDO) December 28, 2020
Over the past decade, Iranian people have voiced their opposition to Ayatollahs’ foreign policies and outside funding, accusing Tehran of squandering the nation’s resources on its proxy groups.
Qassem Soleimani, headed the overseas arms of the IRGC Quds Force, was killed in a U.S. airstrike at Baghdad’s international airport on January 3.
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