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Palestinian ploy to avoid “international pressure” from donor countries

PA ploy to avoid "international pressure" from donor countries: PLO to pay terrorist pensions, while PA “only” funds PLO
Arabs in Ramallah demonstrate in solidarity with incarcerated Palestinian Authority murderers.

Arabs in Ramallah demonstrate in solidarity with incarcerated Palestinian Authority murderers.
Photo Credit: Issam Rimawi / Flash 90

Palestinian Media Watch reported Thursday that PA Deputy Minister of Prisoners’ Affairs Ziyad Abu Ein has admitted the Palestinian Authority plans to dupe the international community by funnelling $130 million for Arab terrorists in Israeli jails through the Palestine Liberation Organization. 

The watchdog said cited the al-Ayyam newspaper (June 1): “This would be a change of name and nothing more… the new situation would make possible the provision of new resources to support prisoners’ issues, without allowing forces of the US Congress or some European parliaments to attempt to blackmail the PA or to take steps against it.'”

PA Minister: We’ll launder money for terrorist pensions

Furthermore, PMW said that pa, speaking to Palestinian Authority TV on June 1, Abu Ein praised Palestinian Authority Chairman Abu Mazen for ramping up the prisoners’ state pensions, and said the PLO – the parent organization to the Palestinian Authority  – will “take care of the [prisoner] issue”

“The [Palestinian] leadership wants to keep this holy issue away from the influence of the donor countries, the interference of the donor countries, and the occasional negative influence of the donor countries, by giving it [the prisoner issue] its holiness and assigning it to the leadership of the struggle of our Palestinian people. Who is the leadership of the struggle of our Palestinian people? The PLO… All the authority, all the laws, the budget, the officials and staff will be a part of the Prisoners and Released Prisoners’ Authority, which will belong to the PLO, to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and to the Executive Committee of the PLO.”

 

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