The leader of the Palestinian Authority purportedly greenlit an installment of $42,000 to a fear based oppressor who cut two Israelis to death as a component of the public authority’s strategy of paying psychological militants following the Biden organization’s $100 million guide bundle to the Gaza Strip.
Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas this week supposedly sent an area legislative leader of Ramallah, Laila Ghannam, to actually convey the money to the group of Muhannad Al-Halabi, who was essential for the psychological oppressor bunch Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
The installment came “in the interest of Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas to ‘finish the installment of the expense’ of their home, which was crushed by Israel following the assault,” as indicated by the a report from the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI). The MEMRI report was first hailed by the Washington Free Beacon.
“The lead representative focused on that the gathering was being hung on guidelines from Abbas, who had requested [Ghannam] to deal with the issue of the house ‘to save the nobility of the family,'” MEMRI composed. “Ghannam expressed gratitude toward Abbas, who she said ‘credits extraordinary significance to the groups of the saints, detainees and warriors’ and is ‘like a humane dad to all our [Palestinian] individuals.'”
In 2015, Al-Halabi stabbed two Israeli citizens to death before being killed by police. The Palestinian Authority runs a “pay-to-slay” program that supports terrorism and has received hundreds of millions of dollars in funding from the Palestinian government, according to the State Department.
Additionally, Abbas’ payment comes after the Biden administration announced a $112 million aid package to the Gaza Strip – which is controlled by Palestinian Authority-backed terror group Hamas – late last month.
Abbas has told Western leaders that his government does not have any formal involvement with militants or terror organizations and denied supporting the “pay-to-slay” programs.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced the $112 million aid package during a tour of the Gaza Strip after recent clashes between Israel and Hamas.