Between the coronavirus crisis and waning interest in the Palestinian issue, European representatives chided Abbas for his drastic moves. By Baruch Yedid, TPS The Palestinian Authority (PA) has received several “disappointing messages” from a number of European countries following PA head Mahmoud Abbas’ announcement that he was ending all agreements with Israel, a Ramallah official... Read more »
The French president is in Israel to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, but used the visit to meet with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, who wrote a book denying key facts about the Holocaust.
The P.A. punishes its own medically needy citizens, depriving them of care in order to pay over $138 a year to murderers, other violent criminals, and the families of those killed committing acts of terror.
Faced with massive cuts in tax revenues based on the Palestinians' pro-terror pay-for-slay policy, Abbas declared he would continue paying terror stipends, even if these payments exhausted all PA funds.
Palestinian leaders regularly urge their people to boycott Israeli products, causing a major outrage when they slipped up and released a picture of themselves surreptitiously enjoying delicious Israeli-made refreshments at a meeting.
A top Abbas advisor claims 'there is suspicious and dangerous coordination' between Israel and Hamas, accusing the Jewish state of collaborating with the terrorist group in an improbable scheme to 'assassinate' the Palestinian leader.