Qatari Money to Be Allowed Into Gaza Thursday

YERUSHALAYIM -

A day after the transfer of $15 million in Qatari aid money for Gaza was suspended by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu due to Palestinian violence on the southern border, the Israeli security cabinet decided to allow the money to go through on Wednesday night, according to Ynet.

According to the report, the ministers voted unanimously to approve the release of funds, on the recommendation of top IDF, Shin Bet, and Mossad officials.

The third in a series of Qatari aid payouts to Gaza, the money will be allowed into the Hamas-run enclave within the next 24 hours, according to the report.