Zeinab Soleimani, the daughter of slain Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani, launched a program she calls her “gift” that aims to “support girls only” and must be specifically allocated to girls who will marry Hezbollah militants.
Her “gift program” consists of a donation of $2 million to encourage girls to marry Hezbollah militants, whether by a permanent marriage or a temporary union known as “the Mut’ah”, which ends after a fixed period of time.
The said program also encourages previously married women to contract one of the above-mentioned unions. It specifies that $1000 will be donated for a first marriage and $400 “for cases of a second marriage.”
The funds were donated to Hezbollah‘s Social Services to manage that program.
In a tweet sharing the official document of that program, Lebanese Journalist Maria Maalouf commented: “The people of Iran are dying from hunger and the noble sheikha Zeinab, daughter of Qassem Soleimani, donates 2 million dollars to promote the Muta’h marriage in Lebanon.”