29 May 2014 10:43 AM PDT …reporter Gavriel Fiske outlines the recent turns in Toameh’s life, and illustrates some of the things money can do when its controlled by terrorists.
A man called Mahmoud Mahmoud Issa Toameh is the central figure in a report published this afternoon on the Times of Israel site. Under the heading “Top Hamas moneyman spills in Shin Bet interrogation“, reporter Gavriel Fiske outlines the recent turns in Toameh’s life, and illustrates some of the things money can do when its controlled by terrorists.
The thuggish young men, for instance, who routinely appear on the grounds of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem (see this post of ours from yesterday) harassing Jewish visitors to the site and hurling stones, curses and threats at Jewish children do so as mercenaries. Said by gullible-enough reporters to be students of Islamic theology, they are paid monthly retainer fees – between $1,150 and $1,440 – from sources connected to Hamas and the Islamic Movement via a confidential agreement to collaborate on this. Both groups regard themselves as arms of the Moslem Brotherhood.