Former Military Intelligence official reports Abbas’ Palestinian Authority spent 7% of its budget for salaries and 20% of its foreign aid on paying terrorists and their families.
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By Gideon Allon
The Palestinian Authority spent some 1.15 billion shekels ($322 million) on payments to terrorists in 2016, a former Military Intelligence official revealed Monday.
The Palestinian Authority spends millions of dollars annually paying stipends to the families of terrorists who are either jailed in Israel or were killed while carrying out terrorist attacks against Israelis, a practice Israel has repeatedly condemned.
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