9 April 2020

Iran, Hamas strike funding deal ‘Increase Resistance’ to Israel

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During a recent visit by a Hamas delegation to Tehran, leaders of the militant group secured a big funding increase, if they agree to open a second front against Israel if it attacks a northern neighbor. However, Hamas has made little headway in seeking Iranian help restoring severed relations with Syria.

А reports citing Sputnik.

Hamas, the Palestinian militant group that has governed the besieged Gaza Strip since 2006, secured a big funding increase from Iran last month when its leadership paid a visit to the Iranian capital.

“The good relationship between Iran and Hamas is an awareness and important news,” Kamal Kharrazi, head of Iran’s Foreign Policy Strategic Council, told reporters at a July 21 meeting with the Palestinian delegation, Mehr News Agency reported. “This relationship is expanding, and Hamas has high capabilities to increase resistance. This trip per se indicates the continuation and sustainability of the Palestinian cause and the Islamic Republic's support for it.

2019.08.07 / 09:02
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