The official spokesman for the Palestinian Authority kleptocrat Mahmoud Abbas, is threatening to increase the violence against Israel if the U.S. continues their endeavors in advancing the White House’s planned peace talks.
By Dalit Halevi
Nabil Abu Rudeineh, the official spokesman of Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas, on Sunday threatened increased violence against Israel in an attempt to thwart the American plan to renew talks between Israel and the PA.
Palestinian thug, Nabil Abu Rudeineh – Photo: Arabic media
The PA’s official news agency Wafa quoted Abu Rudeineh as saying that “all the plots aimed at eliminating the Palestinian problem will collapse because of the steadfastness of the Palestinian people and its adherence to the basic principles and legitimate rights.”
“Our path is clear and we stand behind Abu Mazen’s historic leadership, in order to oppose all the suspicious plans,” he added. Continue Reading »
Abbas appears to be fostering regional hostilities through his policies since Trump’s Jerusalem declaration. The PA autocrat is planning to stop the transfer of funds to Gaza for electricity, water, health and salary payments, blaming Israel for the resulting crisis, thereby forcing confrontations between Hamas and Israel.
Daniel Siryoti and Israel Hayom Staff
Defense officials are directly linking Friday’s car ramming attack, which killed two Israeli soldiers and seriously wounded two others, to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ policy of three resolute “noes,” first reported by Israel Hayom last week.
With new proof of senior PA official’s incitement to kill Jews presented in a Knesset caucus, decision was taken to hold the Palestinian officials responsible, since they “cannot be allowed to promulgate incitement without legal proceedings being instituted against them.”
By Nitsan Keidar and Hezki Baruc
The Israel Victory Project together with the Knesset Israel Victory Caucus (KIVC) on Tuesday held a discussion on holding the Palestinian Authority, especially its senior officials, directly responsible for its murderous incitement.
During the caucus meeting, new evidence was presented against senior Palestinian Authority (PA) official Jibril Rajoub on incitement to murder. KIVC co-chairs MKs Oded Forer (Yisrael Beytenu) and Elazar Stern (Yesh Atid) introduced practical measures that Israel will take against the Palestinian Authority for their rejectionism and violent incitement. Continue Reading »
Because the 17 yr-old Ahed Tamimi stands accused of multiple assaults & assorted charges against IDF officer & soldier, and deemed ‘dangerous’, she will be held until trial on January 31. – Ahed’s father: ‘When both the prosecutor & judge are soldiers, the decision was obvious.’
– WATCH video family posted online of the attack.
Organizers of the film festival in Singapore resonated the same message that Israel’s been claiming for years: ‘Palestinian media incites violence.’
By Israel Today Staf
Israel’s been complaining about ongoing Palestinian incitement to violence (in violation of the so-called “Oslo Accords”) for years. Now, it seems some in the international community are finally catching on to the problem.
PALLYWOOD at work: In attempts at provoking a physical response by the IDF to humiliate the soldiers and officers on social media, 16 yr-old Palestinian Ahed Tamimi slaps, punches and kicks them while family members film the attack. Ahed Tamimi has subsequently been arrested, and is being held for trial.Continue Reading »
Ahed Tamimi, the 17 yr-old Palestinian blond, blue-eyed poster child, known for inciting violence with IDF soldiers ‘for the camera’, was charged with aggravated assault, incitement, hindering a soldier in the line of duty, threatening a soldier’s life and stone-throwing after attacking 2 IDF soldiers who refused to react to her vocal & physical abuse in Nabi Salih, along with her mother & cousin.
Ahed was charged with 12 different counts for six different incidents, including aggravated assault, hindering a soldier in the line of duty, incitement, threatening a soldier’s life and stone-throwing. Continue Reading »
In a joint nighttime operation, the IDF, Border Police, & Shabak arrest 18 wanted Arab terrorists and seal illegal Palestinian media outlets that incite and/or support terrorist attacks on Israelis.
By Ido Ben Porat
Israeli security forces on Tuesday night raided eight Arab media outlets responsible for broadcasting incitement and encouraging terrorism.
The operation was carried out by IDF, Shabak (Israel Security Agency), and the Civil Administration, and included the closing of illegal and inciting media outlets, as well as the confiscation of documents and equipment.
IDF soldiers during Tuesday night’s operation to close inciting, illegal Arab media outlets. – Photo: IDF spokesperson’s Unit.
Palestinian Authority Foreign Ministry reported ‘occupation authorities executed teen in cold blood’, referring to teen who shortly after posting his ‘will and last testament as a martyr’ on Facebook, was neutralized during stabbing-attack on an Israel Border Guard policeman. – If the Palestinian cause was just and true, why their incessant ‘Goebbels-like’ need to lie about everything?
Despite the Palestinian leader’s cynical pronouncements for peace, Palestinian Authority TV actively incites violence, continuing to seek new candidates to martyrdom by publicly glorifying those who murdered Jewish children, which only perpetuates the killings, the real goal of Palestinian leadership.
By Israel Today Staff
In the video below, an announcer on official state-run Palestinian Authority TV is heard openly praising the actions of the terrorists who perpetrated the Ma’alot massacre in 1974.
Ma’alot is situated in northern Israel, far from the “disputed territories.” The attack was a demonstration that Palestinian groups ultimately intend to “liberate” all of the Holy Land from Jewish rule. Continue Reading »
To continue funding terror, terrorists, and their families, the Palestinian Authority fooled Obama by transferring hundreds of millions of dollars each year to a newly formed ‘Palestinian Prisoners Society’ within the PLO. Now, in a ‘copycat’ attempt to circumvent the Trump administration, dozens of NGOs will be established by the PA to receive the donated financial aid for continuing the monthly ‘Pay for Slay’ payments.
By Daniel Siryoti & Israel Hayom Staff
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has possibly found a way to circumvent U.S. pressure to stop payments to security prisoners and terrorists’ families.
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. Continue Reading »
Abbas acknowledged in his speech that it’s a ‘social responsibility’ for the PA to maintain payments to Palestinian prisoners & their families, and went on to say that referring to the jailed attackers/assassins as ‘Palestinian terrorists’ is “racist.”
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has defended payments made to Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails as an important function of his government.
“The political prisoners are in effect the victims of the occupation, not the creators of the occupation,” Abbas wrote in a speech that was delivered on his behalf by an adviser at the Herzilya conference on Thursday.
“Payments to support families are a social responsibility to look after innocent people effected by the incarceration or killing of their love ones,” he said. Continue Reading »
Israel’s reconnection to African countries, in counter-terrorism, clean-water technology, green-energy, internet-connections, medicine and agriculture has the Palestinians enlisting the Arab League to ‘warn them.’ • “Israel is trying to enlist African support for its policies at the Palestinians’ expense,” says representative.
By Daniel Siryoti
Concerned by the increasingly warm relations between Israel and African nations and Israel’s bid to rejoin the African Union as an observer state, the Palestinians have asked the Arab League to hold an emergency session.
The league is set to meet in Cairo next Monday to discuss the matter.
Former Foreign Ministry Chairman Dore Gold with President of the Republic of Guinea, Prof.
Israeli Public Security Minister lauds President Trump’s anti-terror coalition, saying changes are already being felt, but implores the US to stop funding those who incite jihad, which is still openly prevalent in Palestinian culture as “Abbas is sending a message to children growing up in the PA that terror pays.”
By Israel Today Staff
Israel Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan on Tuesday urged the Trump Administration to stop send US taxpayers’ dollars to the Palestinian Authority.
Erdan was speaking at the World Leaders Plenary of the American Jewish Committee’s annual Global Forum in Washington, DC.
President Trump tells Palestinian leadership a serious message in Bethlehem.
Abbas’ PA gov’t issued payments to terrorists and their families totaling over $1 billion over a 4yr period, according to the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. – The ‘pay-to-kill’ stipends account for 7% of the PA’s total budget & is equivalent to 20% of Western foreign aid the PA receives annually.
The Palestinian Authority issued payments to terrorists and their families totaling more than $1 billion over a four year period, according to a recent study by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. The sum accounts for seven percent of the PA’s budget and is equivalent to 20 percent of the foreign aid the PA receives annually. Continue Reading »
Ruth Schwartz, whose unarmed son Ezra (ז”ל) was murdered in a terror attack by a Palestinian in 2015, will plead to the UN to force an end, once & for all, to the PA’s incitement to murder via their generous monthly payments to terrorists and their families.
By David Rosenberg
Eighteen months ago, Mohammed Abdel Basset al-Kharoub, a Palestinian Authority terrorist, shot and murdered 18-year old Ezra Schwartz, 51-year old Yaakov Don, and 24-year old Shadi Arafa at the Etzion Junction south of Jerusalem.
The aftermath of Palestinian terrorist stabbing attack at the Etzion Junction south of Jerusalem. – Photo: MOSHE MIZRAHI/NEWS 24
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