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World Vision: Israeli Claim That Hamas Siphoned Funds From Gazan Charity Doesn't Add Up - Israel News - Haaretz

9.8.16

World Vision: Israeli Claim That Hamas Siphoned Funds From Gazan Charity Doesn't Add Up - Israel News - Haaretz: But World Vision Germany spokeswoman Silvia Holten said in Germany on Monday that the charity's Gaza budget totaled $22.5 million in the last decade – well under the Shin Bet estimate of Halabi's alleged transfers to Hamas.

According to Holten, there is a "huge gap" in the numbers. World Vision has halted its Gaza operations while the issue is investigated.

The extent of money transferred to Hamas, in cash and checks, was detailed during Halabi's questioning by the Shin Bet, which also seized documents about the route of the money during a raid of the charity's offices in East Jerusalem.

The Shin Bet claims that part of the money reached Hamas through the fictitious employment of Hamas operatives in Gaza.

Last week a top Shin Bet source commented that the agency suspects fraud totaling tens of millions of dollars, plus the transfer of goods of equivalent value, over six years.


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