Aman Palestin probe: Donations meant for Palestine allegedly used to buy gold and properties, says MACC source
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KUALA LUMPUR, Dec. 8 -- Funds donated by the public to charity group Aman Palestin in aid of the Palestinian people were allegedly transferred to companies with no apparent connection to the Middle Eastern state or the ongoing conflict with Israel.
Quoting a source, national daily Utusan Malaysia reported that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) initial investigations found that the funds had allegedly been distributed to companies involved in a variety of activities, such as tourism, a shooting academy, gold mining, technology, research and media.
The source also said that the fund manager's family and friends are suspected of running these companies, with their salaries paid from the public's donations to the Palestinian...
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