Top Israeli politicians on Thursday thanked the Dutch government for its decision to cut funding to the Palestinian Authority (PA) over its payments of salaries to convicted terrorists and their families.
According to the Palestinian Authority's version of reality, the tragedy of a recent terror attack in Israel was not that two innocent Jews were stabbed, but that the Palestinian terrorist who committed the attack was killed.
The widow of a rabbi murdered by Palestinian terrorists in 2018 warned French lawmakers that the funds they send to the Palestinian Authority are used to pay stipends to terrorists like her husband's murderer.
Micah Lakin Avni's father was murdered by two Palestinians who shot and stabbed Israeli civilians on a bus in Jerusalem, making them eligible for millions of dollars terror money from the Palestinian Authority.
This Israeli father endured heartbreak no parent should ever experience when his daughter was killed by a Palestinian terrorist, after which he was blindsided by the Palestinians' ability to reward those who commit these heinous crimes.
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.
While the Israeli cabinet authorized a deduction of nearly $140 million from the P.A. due to its longstanding policy of paying monthly stipends to convicted terrorists and their families, Abbas remains committed to the reprehensible practice.
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.