November 27, 2023

Biden Admin Accused of Role in Hamas 'Pay for Slay' Terrorism

Palestinian terrorists involved in a prisoner swap to obtain the release of Israeli hostages are likely to receive funding from the Palestinian Authority provided by the U.S., according to a new report.

Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), shared the concern during a Sunday interview on Fox News.

"The American and European funding boosts the Palestinian Authority budget by $600 million. The Palestinian Authority pays the salaries of imprisoned terrorists and the family members of the martyrs and the amount comes to $300 million a year," he stated.

"There is no doubt that the Palestinian Authority could not pay this funding without the boost of funding from the Americans and Europeans. The Americans and Europeans are absolutely facilitating the payment. It is willful blindness," he added.

Remember this: The Palestinians who will be released in the impending deal are convicted terrorists who are in prison because they tried to murder Israelis," Avi Mayer, editor-in-chief of the Jerusalem Post noted.

"The Israelis who will be freed are innocent civilians being held hostage by terrorists. There is no equivalence. None," he continued.

The Fox News report noted that at least nine of the terrorists released by Israel will receive PA salaries for life.

The funding would not be possible without the assistance of outside nations, including funds through the Biden administration.

The information is angering many Israeli supporters and American taxpayers as it spreads, leading to more frustration of Biden's handling of the Israel-Hamas war.

The issues add to other foreign affairs problems for Biden that have included Ukraine and the U.S. military departure from Afghanistan.

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