This article raises 4 questions: 1. Why $250,000? Was that all the money that location had? OR, did that equal the amount that was supposedly transferred out? 2. Was that sum needed to temporarily cover some expenses like salaries? OR, is Hamas in deep monetary trouble? 3. Was the money taken into protective custody to stop more transfers, OR why just this one bank/branch? 4. Once again Hamas has resorted to violence against the PA, so what are the chances of reconciliation now? OR, is this a glimpse of the future?
Turkish warplanes destroy PKK targets in northern Iraq, say military sources (Reuters)
from the article: Gaza Strip banks close in protest of Hamas cash seizure
Alleged 55 million dollar theft by a diamond dealer from the mighty and ultra-secure Israel Diamond Exchange leaves jaws agape and 12 traders facing possible bankruptcy. How could that have happened?05:24 06.05.16 | 0 comments