You know who lives in Qatar? Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh.
The Washington Post reported from anonymous sources that the United States and Qatar agreed to freeze Iran from an account holding $6 billion.
The sources said Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo told the House Democrats the decision:
But President Biden has faced mounting bipartisan pressure on Capitol Hill to prevent the funds from being used by Iran, amid scrutiny of Tehran’s links to Hamas. U.S. officials say Hamas has received weapons and training from Iran, but there has been no evidence of Iran’s direct role in the slaughter, The Washington Post previously reported.
Adeyemo told House Democrats that the money “isn’t going anywhere anytime soon,” according to three House Democratic aides, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe internal conversations. That comment was first reported by Punchbowl.
Do you know who lives in Qatar? Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh.
Of course, WaPo calls it money for “humanitarian assistance.” We all know that is not true.
The Biden administration opened the $6 billion account in exchange for a prisoner swap.
Officials told everyone Iran could only take out the money with permission from the Biden administration.
Hamas receives most of its money and supplies from Iran. The regime has been accused of financing and planning the invasion of Israel.DONATE
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