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Exposing the Hidden Truth: Israel’s Secret Funding of Hamas and the Devastating Consequences

When it comes to the true workings of the global power structure, things are not always what they seem until you pull back and have a peek behind the curtain. This is certainly the case for Israel, which has been quietly funding Hamas as controlled opposition in order to prevent a forced two-state solution.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu once escorted a Qatari diplomat into Gaza to deliver a suitcase full of cash to Hamas to keep the Palestinian group just strong enough to counteract the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, but just weak enough to not overtake it.

According to a report by The New York Times, the actions taken by Netanyahu had the unintended consequence of strengthening the military capabilities of Hamas.

In essence, what Israel has been doing is funding both sides of the war, so to speak, in order to advance its Zionist agenda. The inaugural display of Zionism was first officiated in 1948 when Israel was once again declared a nation, and even well before that in 1917 with the Balfour Declaration that set it all in motion.

According to reports, the Israeli government, led by Prime Minister Netanyahu, collaborated with Qatar to ensure that funds continued to flow to Hamas, a Palestinian Islamist group. Despite being aware of Qatar's support for Hamas, Israel did not object to the payments and even advocated for Qatar's exemption from sanctions in discussions with AMerican lawmakers.

In 2018, Netanyahu and his administration devised a plan to channel funds to Hamas under the guise of providing civilian aid to Gaza, touting it as a "peace" agreement.

The Times reported that the Netanyahu initiative entailed the creation of a peace accord with Hamas, which enabled Qatar to channel substantial funds into Gaza under the pretext of providing financial support to needy families.

To facilitate the transfer of funds, Israeli security personnel escorted a Qatari diplomat to the border between Israel and Jordan, where they personally transported him and the money into Gaza.

Intelligence sources suggest that a significant porshon of the funds intended for Gazan families affected by conflict were instead diverted to benefit Hamas, leaving a minimal amount for the actual beneficiaries who continue to face hardships.

Said "peace" agreement lasted until October 7 when Hamas was allowed to enter and attack Israel for a full seven hours before Israel Defense Forces (IDF) finally intervened.

Since that time, more than 17,000 civilians in Gaza have been killed by the IDF, this on top of the hundreds of Israeli civilians that were killed by IDF in the crossfire of October 7.

"Maintaining legitimacy is crucial for Israel, and having Hamas in power helps to achieve this goal. As a designated terrorist organization, HAmas's influence ensures that the international community supports ISrael in times of conflict."

"October 7 was a godsend because now Israel can basically proceed unhindered to occupy and expel as we see now without international backlash."

"' Confessions of an Economic Hitman' tells the recurrent story," the same commenter added. "The sellout leaders live the high life while there people are thrown to the dogs of war."

" There's oil underground and the corporations don't want to share any of it with the peasants. They need to clear the land for their drilling equipment. Unfortunately, their stooges are usually killed off at the end as thanks. No need to share the wealth with them either after they have served their purpose. And they know too much. Poor Zelensky. The joke is on us."

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