WATCH: Hamas leaders living in luxury while the Palestinian people suffer
Journalist Tzvi Yehezkeli reported on the luxurious lifestyle of senior Hamas officials on Israel’s Channel 13, finding that the industry of ‘wretchedness’ actually brings over $10 billion into Gaza. Hamas leadership built their wealth via mall chains, real estate and international donations.
Yehezkeli interviewed radio broadcaster and political commentator Sami Obeid who called these senior officials “thieves.”
“For the simple, embittered citizen, there’s no food, no money, no life, no work, nothing, nothing nothing. There’s nothing. Because of Hamas,” Obeid told the reporter.
Instead of international donations going to those in need in Gaza, Yehezkeli claims that Hamas leadership pockets it for themselves. Pictures of their million-dollar homes are completely intact and far from the destruction of the rest of the Gaza Strip.
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Report: 11 UK Universities are helping Iran develop, improve military weapons
According to a report from the Jewish Chronicle, multiple universities in the United Kingdom have been aiding Iran in improving and developing military weapons. Such weapons include drones and fighter jets. The report is terrifying, showing that eleven British schools may be involved.
Universities such as the University of Cambridge and Imperial College London, were part of the eleven schools which “conducted at least 16 studies with connections to the Iranian regime’s use of military technology. The technology that U.K. scientists have developed has likely been used in Iranian weapons deployed in Ukraine as Russia leans on the Iranians for military aid” reports the Washington Free Beacon.
The conducted projects have helped improve Iranian technology and are sometimes even funded by the Iranian government in Tehran, the Jewish Chronicle reported:
The JC can reveal that in one project researchers in Britain worked to improve drone engines, boosting their altitude, speed and range. It was funded by Tehran.
Another British university worked with Iranian counterparts to test sophisticated new control systems for jet engines, aimed at increasing their “manoeuvrability and response time” in “military applications”.
Other UK-based scientists have worked with Iran to research the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) as mobile base stations to extend the range of communications systems, on special alloys for military aircraft and coatings to upgrade armour plating.
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