Palestinian terrorists do it for the money

Terrorist dollars-Image

Terrorist dollars-Image

We have all read about the incitement culture inside Palestine. Young children are taught to hate Israel and Jews and are encouraged to kill from a very young age. When terrorists are killed in self-defence by Israelis they have schools and streets named after them and are honoured and celebrated inside Palestine.

There is one other thing that happens when a Palestinian terrorist kills that many of us are not aware of.   Unbelievably, the terrorist’s family is financially rewarded by the Palestinian government. This financial incentive, this payment of money, makes Palestinian terrorists assassins for hire. Not only do they believe they will receive a heavenly reward when they stab to death a 13-year-old Israeli girl inside her own bedroom, they also get a street named after them and their family is taken care of financially.

It is this terrible, evil practice that is now being targeted by the Israeli government.

To stop the Palestinian Authority from making payments to terrorists and their families, Israel plans to deduct that sum from it’s monthly transfer of tax fees to the Fatah led government in the West Bank.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered that the transfer of those fees be halted in response to two deadly terror attacks in a 48-hour period that claimed the lives of Hallel Yaffa Ariel, 13, and Rabbi Michael “Miki” Mark, 48, who is a father of ten children.

“The Palestinian Authority transfers funds to terrorists by various laundering methods; the more severe the acts of terrorism, the greater the amount of funds,” the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement it issued on Friday.
“Prime Minister Netanyahu has ordered that the entire amount of support for terrorists and their families be deducted from the tax revenues that Israel transfers monthly to the Palestinian Authority,” the PMO said.

“Israel believes that the encouragement of terrorism by the Palestinian leadership – in the form of both incitement and payments to terrorists and their families – constitutes incentive for murder.” the PMO said.

It is one of a number of measures Israel took on Friday in response to the twin terror attacks, that occurred some 15 kilometers from each other in the area of the Palestinian city of Hebron.

The IDF imposed a closure on that city.

Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz (Likud) and Education Minister Nafatali Bennett (Bayit Yehudi) both demanded Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyhu call an emergency meeting of the security cabinet on Friday.

“We must understand that we are in a war and must act accordingly. A state of emergency must be declared, legislation allowing the expulsion of the families of terrorist needs to be promoted and we need to take steps to crack down on those who incite terrorism,” said Katz who is a member of the Security Cabinet.

Bennett called on the IDF and the government to force the families of the terrorists to pay a hefty price for the actions of their relatives.
“We can’t continue to rely on a policy of closures and the withholding of tax fees,” Bennett said.

Even when the tax fees are withheld, the families of the terrorists continue to receive payments from the PA, Bennett said.

Hallel-Yaffa Ariel, a 13-year-old girl in Israel who wanted to be a dancer, was stabbed to death in her bedroom by a Muslim terrorist.

Hallel-Yaffa Ariel, a 13-year-old girl in Israel who wanted to be a dancer, was stabbed to death in her bedroom by a Muslim terrorist.

The family of Muhammad Tarayrah, 17, who killed Hallel Yaffa Ariel on Thursday will already get such funds in August, Bennett said.

He proposed a number of new punitive measures in additional to home demolitions such as for the families to be exiled and or imprisoned.

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