A large scandal's emerged
as it turns out a so-called Christian charity named World Vision was donating the funds they got to Hamas:
A training base built by an Islamist terrorist group behind suicide bombings and mass shootings was allegedly funded by British aid.
The compound in the north of the Gaza Strip is operated by the military wing of Hamas.
It is fitted with sophisticated communications equipment for surveillance and is an entry point to secret tunnels used to smuggle weapons and launch attacks on Israel.
There are also buildings used to train gunmen with the Qassam Brigades, which claims to have 10,000 members in Gaza and has been behind rocket attacks on Israel, the kidnap of Israeli soldiers and a series of bloody attacks.
Israel says money from British taxpayers was funnelled to Hamas to build the base by a senior Palestinian official with World Vision, a major Christian charity that has been handed millions of pounds by the UK's Department for International Development (Dfid).
Shin Bet, Israel's intelligence agency, has arrested the official, Mohammad el Halabi, on charges of infiltrating World Vision and aiding terrorists. Israel believe he passed £33 million intended to relive poverty to Hamas to pay its salaries and train its troops.
But how do we know they had nothing to do with it? If World Vision's management is guilty, then they too should be avoided by all sane people. This is truly despicable, and the faux-charity will have to be held accountable no matter what.
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