Their names are Arwa Mangoush and Gulsah Yecidoglu, and they are the two women at the head of Turkish finance who have come under the scrutiny of the US State Department, which froze all their assets and accused them of financially sponsoring Palestinian terrorism, in particular the Hamas group. The first, who also lives in Istanbul, is of Saudi origin, while the second is also Turkish by birth. They were affected by US anti-terrorism measures, along with Alaeddin Cenguller, who with them is a major shareholder in the Turkish real estate fund Trend GYO.
Who is behind funding Hamas?
According to the US charges that last Friday included the three in a long list of natural persons, non-governmental organizations and companies that finance Hamas and whose assets were frozen, the capital of Trend Geo will in fact be directly in the hands of the terrorist organization that rules Gaza. Strips. In reality, the three will be nothing but front men for Hamas through whom Musa Muhammad Salim Dudin, a member of the terrorist organization’s political bureau in the West Bank, tried to hide the ownership of the Turkish real estate fund. Also among the US prosecution’s evidence is the fact that Amer Kamal Sharif Al Shawa, CEO of Trend GYO, could have sat on the boards of Hamas’ financial companies in recent years. Ahmed Sadu Jahlab, Hamas’s financial investment portfolio secretary, also resides in Turkey.
A note from the Turkish Fund
geo trends The United States responded to the Americans today with a statement sent to Reuters denying providing financial support to Hamas or other terrorist organizations. The fund explained in the statement that it was established with foreign capital and that it is a for-profit institution that is subject to periodic oversight by the state. Capital Markets Board The Turkish company operates according to the principle of transparency. He concluded by saying: “Our company does not provide financial support to any organization and it is impossible to do so given the laws to which it is subject,” even if he had no right to appeal against the US action. Ministry of Foreign Affairs because the frozen assets are the assets of its major shareholders.
An NGO appears among the terrorist group’s financiers
A non-governmental organization based in Gaza was also included in the US list, which is an update to the list that was already issued last October 18 after the terrorist attacks on Israel: Al Ansar Charity Association Also known in Europe as Al Ansar Charity AssociationWhich allegedly transferred tens of millions of dollars to the Martyrs Foundation, which is directly controlled by the political bureau of the terrorist movement.
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