Top officials in Mossad, Israel’s intelligence service, have recorded a shocking 70% increase in donations to Hamas-linked charities since the group’s deadly Oct. 7 attack.
On Tuesday, CNBC cited a former Mossad official and several other anonymous individuals still in the agency as attesting to nearly $100 million going to the charities over the past seven weeks.
It makes Israel’s job of regulating the money going into the Gaza Strip more difficult. The Jewish State, which has blockaded Gaza for years, largely controls what goes in or comes out of the country.
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