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HELPING HAMAS: Biden Admin Has Given $121M in Taxpayer Cash to UNRWA Since Oct 7th; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.31.24

The Biden Administration is under fire for funding UNRWA, a UN organization with ties to Hamas, with $121 million in taxpayer cash since the October 7th terror attacks in Israel.

This was after former President Donald Trump cut funding to the organization.

From Fox News:

A remaining $300,000 in appropriated funds for this fiscal year was supposed to be delivered to the humanitarian relief organization in the next few weeks. But the U.S. froze those funds over allegations that some UNRWA members participated in the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack on Israel, according to State Department spokesman Matthew Miller.

“That funding has been suspended,” Miller told reporters at the State Department daily press briefing. He added that it’s “impossible” to say how much more the U.S. could provide to UNRWA this fiscal year if the funds are unfrozen because the government is operating under a continuing resolution.

“We don’t know how much overall funding will be available for this fiscal year, and that would impact how much that we would be able to provide UNRWA,” Miller said. “Historically, we have typically provided somewhere between $300 and $400 million a year in funding.”

The Biden administration has sent hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to UNRWA, reversing former President Donald Trump’s decision to cut funding to the group. Biden officials say the funds provide humanitarian aid to the Palestinian people, while critics say the group is “effectively a branch of Hamas.”

More over at Fox News:

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