Cryptocurrency stolen from Delhi sent to Palestinian organization Hamas

Three million dollars worth of cryptocurrency was stolen about three years ago.

Cryptocurrency stolen from Delhi sent to Palestinian organization Hamas
Three million dollars worth of cryptocurrency was stolen about three years ago.

The Cyber ​​Branch of Delhi Police has told that the cryptocurrency of a Delhi-based businessman was stolen and sent to the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas. Police have reported that three million dollars worth of cryptocurrency was stolen about three years ago. At present, this value is equal to about 4 crore Indian rupees.

After a businessman in Delhi's Paschim Vihar area complained that the police had been investigating the case since 2019. Now the police have said that the investigation revealed that the cryptocurrency trail led to Palestinians reaching the al-Qassam brigade. The al-Qassam Brigade is the military wing of Hamas.

The cryptocurrency wallet in which the victim's money was transferred was seized by Israel's National Bureau for Counter Terror Financing. The account that Israel seized was related to Mohammad Nasser Ibrahim Abdullah. The official has revealed that a wallet to which a large chunk of cryptocurrencies has been transferred is being operated from Gaza and Egypt and belongs to Ahmed Marzouk. The other wallet is that of Ahmed Q H Safi, a resident of Ramallah, Palestine.

The police have said that all the details of these accounts have been recovered. The investigation so far has revealed that these money were used for terrorist operations and child pornography.