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February 24, 2016 4:57 pm

Iranian Ambassador in Beirut Says Tehran to Pay Families of Palestinian Terrorists Who Attack Israelis

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Iranian Ambassador to Lebanon Mohammad Fatahali speaks to press conference. Photo: Screenshot.

Iranian Ambassador to Lebanon Mohammad Fatahali (center) at a press conference in Beirut. Photo: Screenshot.

Iran’s ambassador to Lebanon said his country would begin providing financial support to the families of Palestinian terrorists who attacked Israelis, Hezbollah-affiliated Al-Ahed News reported on Thursday.

During a press conference at the Iranian Embassy in Beirut, Mohammad Fatahali told reporters that the Islamic Republic would pay the families of “martyrs” $7,000, and those whose homes were demolished by Israeli security forces for belonging to the families of terrorists would receive $30,000.

Fatahalli stressed that liberating all of Palestine was not too great a feat for God, and that the “martyrs” would secure their country’s freedom “from the [Jordan] river to the [Mediterranean] sea,” a reference to the entire state of Israel.

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