Iran Offers Reward to Terrorist Families

YERUSHALAYIM -

Iran entered the sweepstakes for supporting and glorifying terrorists on Wednesday with an announcement of financial rewards for the families of Palestinians killed in attacks on Israelis.

The Iranian ambassador to Lebanon, Mohammad Fathali, told a press conference in Beirut that “continuing Iran’s support for the oppressed Palestinian people,” his country will compensate the “martyrs” families with $7,000 each. In addition, a family whose home was demolished by the state will receive $30,000, according to The Jerusalem Post.

The money will be transferred to the Palestinian branch of the Shahid Institution, which was established in Iran in 1992.