Israel-hamas war: Israel claims that the net worth of Hamas leaders is in billions. Khalid Mashal’s net worth is $5 billion.
By attacking Israel, Hamas terrorists threw millions of people into the fire of war. The result of this is that the citizens living in Gaza are facing problems of food and drink. Millions of people have had to flee from Israel and the Gaza Strip, but at the behest of the leaders, Hamas terrorists attacked Israel. They are still having fun today. There is immense wealth in his coffers.
Israel Foreign Ministry has released the net worth figures of Hamas leaders on social media. according to
- Khalid Mashal- $5 billion
- Ismail Haniyeh – $5 million
- Moussa Abu Marzooq – $3 billion
Khaled Meshaal $5 Billion
Moussa Abu Marzook $3 Billion
Ismail Haniyeh $5 Million
Hamas leaders are lining their pockets at the expense of millions of innocent Palestinians in Gaza.
(Source MSN/Globes) pic.twitter.com/bukzng3u6l
— Israel Foreign Ministry (@IsraelMFA) October 30, 2023
Israel Foreign Ministry has released these figures quoting MSN/Globes. It is clear from this that by killing thousands of people, Hamas leaders are filling their pockets.
Khalid Mashal, who spread hatred among the people, was born in the West Bank and grew up in Kuwait and Jordan. Khaled has never lived in Gaza. He has lived and worked in Jordan, Syria, Qatar and Egypt. Khalid currently lives in Qatar. Khalid had given a virtual address before the bomb blast in Kerala. Khaled Mashal has also been the chief political bureau of Hamas.
Hamas attacked Israel under the leadership of Ismail Haniye. Ismail Haniye, the chief of the terrorist organization Hamas, was born on January 29, 1962 in a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. Haniya had joined the terrorist organization Hamas while studying at Gaza Islamic University. In 1997, Hamas increased its stature. Became Prime Minister of Palestine in 2006. After this, in 2007, when the Hamas conflict was at its peak, Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas dismissed him.
In 2016, Haniya was announced as the replacement for Khaled Mashal, the former head of Hamas’ political bureau, and was elected as Hamas’s political chief on 6 May 2017. After this, in August 2021, Hamas once again elected Ismail as its supreme leader. After this, the Shura Council, which takes decisions in Hamas, gave Haniye a new term of four years. The fact that Ismail was elected unopposed shows how much influence Haniya has in Hamas.