Former Israeli defense minister Avigdor Lieberman has said that he does not approve of the extra $15 million being paid in aid to Gaza by Qatar, Al-Wattan Voice reported yesterday.
Lieberman, along with members from his party, spoke during a visit to the Israeli Jewish settlement of Sderot, located near the Gaza Strip.
"Lieberman angry $15m Qatar aid to be sent to Gaza"
Don't even believe this shit, #Israeli just wanna starve 2 million People in the #Gaza Strip and bring them to their knees.
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— Shehab News (@ShehabAgencyEn) November 24, 2018
“Yesterday and today, the Israeli government pumped more Qatari fuel to the Gaza Strip. Next month, it will allow the entry or an extra $15 million also paid by Qatar for the salaries of Hamas employees … This is taking place at the time Hamas is attempting to carry out attacks in the [occupied] West Bank. This means that the truce does not include the West Bank.”
— Lâlerukh (@LaleRookh) November 15, 2018
“I consider this silly. Therefore, we must not surrender to Hamas and its rule.”
In a show of support to residents of the area, he commented:
“I am planning to stay with the residents in the south … I am going to open a parliamentarian office within 10 days in Sderot and I will be here every week in order to work for changing the current situation and erase the fear imposed by Hamas in the south.”
(MEMO, PC, Social Media)