Holy Land Convicted Of Funneling Money To Hamas

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A Muslim charity and five of its former leaders have been convicted in Dallas of giving more than $12 million to support the Palestinian militant group Hamas. The Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development was found guilty of all 108 charges.

Bill Zeeble reports for member station KERA in Dallas.



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