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Palestinians spend 20 years in prison for terrorism and earn enough to buy a Ferrari
Palestinian Media Watch
Upon release, Palestinian Authority law allows terrorists jailed for more than 20 years to purchase a car free of tax.
The IsraelForever Foundation
Cashing in on terror
If you kill a Jew and get killed (jackpot), then you get the most cash. If you stab a Jew and kill him/her but are merely wounded, then you get second prize, a lot less money.
PA has paid $294,332 to the Sbarro pizzeria bombers
Maurice Hirsch, Adv. and Itamar Marcus
Palestinian Media Watch
Some 17 years after the terror attack that left 15 dead, the bomb-builder and the suicide-bomber’s family continue to be rewarded with monthly payments from the Palestinian Authority.
Abbas declares Israeli legislation won’t stop him from paying terrorists
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas declared that he would not stop paying salaries to convicted terrorists and their families, despite new Israeli legislation withholding funds in the amount paid to killers and attackers from taxes collected for the P.A.
Australia ends direct funding to Palestinian Authority over use of terror payments
“Any assistance provided by the Palestine Liberation Organization to those convicted of politically motivated violence is an affront to Australian values, and undermines the prospect of meaningful peace between Israel and the Palestinians,” said Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in a statement.
Israeli police confiscate money from family of Jerusalem terrorist
The operation was based on information provided by intelligence services on the family of Alaa Abu Dhein, a resident of the Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber, who was allegedly receiving money from Hamas as a reward for the murders.
US Supreme Court rules against Israeli terror victims in case against Arab Bank
Foreign victims of human-rights abuses and terror attacks cannot sue foreign businesses in American courts, ruled the U.S. Supreme Court.
Hamas to reward families of casualties in Gaza fence riots
Some $3,000 will go to the families of demonstrators who are killed, $500 to families of the seriously wounded and $200 to families of those moderately wounded.