Christian residents of the town of Jifnah in the Palestinian Authority (PA) were attacked by Fatah activists and were forced to pay the Jizyah ransom tax after a local woman complained to the police about the son of a senior Fatah official.
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.