Anger sparked in the “Israeli” entity as the Iranian Envoy in Beirut declared his country will pay up to $30,000 to the families of resistance members whose houses have been destroyed, and $7,000 to the families of martyrs who died while undergoing operations against “Israeli” settlers.
Ambassador Mohammad Fateh Ali added that: “Iran will not abandon the Palestinian people, who are faced with killing, theft, and expulsion.”
“The blood of the martyrs will bring the liberation of all Palestine from the sea to the river.”
Eventually, the Zionist Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon sent a letter to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday condemning Iran’s recent announcement.
Danon further called the UN for cutting off the flow of Iranian money with which he claimed the country is supporting “terrorists” who are attacking the “Israelis”, referring to the Palestinian youngsters conducting operations against the occupiers of their land.
In addition, the “Israeli” entity’s Foreign Ministry released a statement criticizing the news: “This is further proof of Iran’s deep involvement in promoting “terror” against “Israel”.”
Relatively, the Zionist Channel 2 reported Wednesday that Hamas officials met recently in Tehran with Chief of the al-Quds Force of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps, Qassem Suleimani, in which they discussed Iranian funding for Hamas.
Indeed, enemy sources consider that after signing the nuclear deal with Western powers last July, Tehran upped financial support to Hamas.
The historic agreement gave Tehran access to an estimated $100 billion dollars in frozen money and opened up the country’s economy, long hampered by sanctions, to international business.
Source: Al-Ahed news