Sunday, July 27, 2008
Terrorist Was Head of Hamas "Charity"
Palestinian terrorist who shot and wounded an Israeli civilian near the Israeli community of Yaqir on July 7, 2008, has been identified as Mahmoud O'ttaman Mahmoud A'azi, 48, from the village of Qarawat Bani Hassan.
A'azi was the head of the Islamic Charity Foundation, which serves as a source of funding for Hamas' terror activities, in his village, and in the past was among the heads of the terror organization in the Samaria region. An IDF officer, who was moderately wounded by the terrorist during an exchange of fire, identified the terrorist's location, opened fire, and killed him.
Source: IDF Spokesman
For further reading see:
IICC report "War on financing terrorism"
Israel MFA: Hamas's use of charitable societies to fund and support terror
To learn what has been done in the past few weeks by civilians just like us to stop terror financing see:
Relatives of terror victims file NIS 450m suit against PA, Barghouti
Ha'aretz, Israel - Jul 24, 2008
Survivors of 2006 Hezbollah attacks sue 2 banks for $650M
Los Angeles Times, CA - Jul 14, 2008
Victims of Hezbollah attacks sue Lebanese-Canadian Bank
StarPhoenix, Canada - Jul 8, 2008
Victims of Hamas and Hezbollah Sue Swiss Mega-Bank UBS for Helping Fund Terrorists
FoxNews, USA - May 13, 2008
To learn how you can become part of the war against terror financing, see: