Iran Offers Cash for Bombs to Break Palestinian Truce

Folks, we already know that Saddam Hussein bankrolled Palestinian terrorist groups, and a Syrian business front funded terrorists through UN oil-for-food program.

Now, Palestinian murderers have revealed that Hizballah, the militant Lebanese group backed by Iran, is offering to pay for attacks aimed at shattering the fragile truce with Israel. The men, all on Israel’s most wanted list and members of the al Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades near Nablus, said they had received payments of up to $9,000 from Hizballah for attacks against Israel during the past four years. They said most of the money from Hizballah had been sent to Islamic Jihad.

“They just use Western Union,” said Ala’a Sanakreh, 27, the leader of the group. According to Sanakreh, those who had since been offered money by Hizballah had turned it down. Their leaders had made it clear that Mahmoud Abbas should be given a chance to negotiate with the Israelis.

Iran Offers Cash for Bombs to Break Palestinian Truce

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