PA to US: We’ll continue using your “foreign aid” for “Pay-to-Slay” since cash is fungible

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Palestinian Government Still Paying Terrorists With U.S. Taxpayer Funds, Defying U.S. Law
by Adam Kredo
March 30, 2018

The Palestinian Authority is continuing to pay out salaries to convicted terrorists using funds provided by the American taxpayer, a policy that defies a recent U.S. law mandating the PA stop these subsidies or face a cutoff in U.S. aid dollars… Palestinian officials in recent days have rejected a new U.S. law, known as the Taylor Force Act, or TFA, that bans the PA government from providing salaries to terrorists and their families, a longstanding policy that had become the center of controversy after it was found U.S. taxpayer aid dollars to the Palestinians had been used to subsidize this practice. READ MORE

YNET Defying US, PA returns to directly financing convicted terrorists

PALESTINIAN MEDIA WATCH PA officially rejects Taylor Force Act: US legislation conditions US aid to the PA on the cessation of PA rewarding terror

BBC WATCH US Taylor Force Act not newsworthy for the BBC

TIMES OF ISRAEL Sen. Schumer: Palestinian Authority’s $355 Million ‘Pay-for-Slay’ Budget is ‘Exactly Why We Passed Taylor Force Act’ “The Palestinian Authority’s decision to again include a $355 million financial reward for convicted terrorists and their families in its 2018 budget will not go unpunished, Senate minority leader Charles Schumer declared on Tuesday”

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