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Hassan Ismaik breaks his silence and comments on the story of donations

Amman Today

publish date 2021-11-20 22:44:46

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The “controversial” businessman and journalist, Hassan Ismaik, expressed his thanks to the university students for their contact with him, indicating that he had received many letters and requests that the students sent to him to pay for their university studies.

Ismaik said, in a post on his Facebook page, this evening, Saturday, that “in view of the large number of these requests, and the lack of sufficient time for me to review, scrutinize, follow-up and respond to them, so I ask the applicants to go to the Qalqilya Council building in the northern Hashmi area, To submit applications there: between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm.

He stressed, that he will try to meet the wishes of the largest number of applicants’ requests, “and with what God Almighty helps us and appreciates us,” adding that “this is the message of my father, may God have mercy on him, for he was a virtuous teacher, a believer in the message of science and enlightenment, looking forward to doing good, and supportive of students Always”.

Ismaik concluded his publication by saying, “We ask God Almighty to grant us success in serving science and its people, and serving our beloved country, may God protect you, hoping God grants you success and success.”

Activists on social media circulated information about the identity of the “philanthropist” who paid all the financial dues incurred by students who graduated from various disciplines at Yarmouk University, amounting to 179,000 dinars, stressing that the donor is the “controversial” businessman, Hassan. your name.

Ismaik had called for the annexation of the West Bank and Gaza to Jordan, and the granting of Jordanian citizenship to the Palestinians and Israelis occupying the Palestinian territories, which angered many.

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