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Legislator targets luxury lifestyles of Hamas leaders in Qatar

Updated November 9, 2023 - 8:14 pm

While many in Gaza are desperately searching for food, water and other necessities, Hamas leaders are living lives of luxury in Qatar, according to a report in The New York Post.

U.S. Rep. Andy Ogles, R-Tenn., is sponsoring a bill that would strip Qatar of its status as a key U.S. ally, unless it kicks out the Hamas leadership, the Post reported.

Hamas — which has been designated as a terrorist organization by the United States, Canada and the European Union — runs an office in Qatar’s capital, Doha, and leaders Ismail Haniyeh, Moussa Abu Marzuk and Khaled Mashal are estimated to be worth a combined $11 billion.

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