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Secret Letters Written by Hamas Boss Who Planned October 7 Attack Reveal Iran Paid the Terror Group £200 Million

Letters exchanged by Hamas leaders have revealed how Iran appears to have awarded at least £200 million to the Palestinian militant group since 2014.

One document, seemingly written in 2020 by a top official in Hamas’ armed wing, Marwan Issa (Abu Baraa), and addressed to the group’s leader in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar (Abu Ibrahim), showed a table of payments totaling $154 million from the Islamic Republic to Hamas coffers.

A second handwritten letter in November 2021 shows the receipt of at least another $68 million and references to further expected payments.

The Israeli military claims the money was transferred into Hamas accounts in Gaza via a complex system that sees members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force (IRGC-QF) deliver huge sums of cash to Hamas contacts in Lebanon.

Once in Beirut, the money is squirreled across the border by a network of money-changers using shell companies, crypto-currency, shipping transactions, and various credit schemes to funnel the money to Hamas chiefs. (DM / VFI News)

“For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil.” - 1 Timothy 6:10a