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terrorists in Israeli prisons.
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August 4 2011
he Palestinian Authority
spends more than $5 million
a month paying salaries to
terrorists sitting in Israeli prisons,
according to a Palestinian Media
Watch report presented to congress-
men in Washington on July 26.
According to the report, written
by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques
Zilberdik, such payments contravene
U.S. law, which prohibits funding of
any person who "engages in, or has
engaged in terrorist activity."
"The U.S. funds the P.A.'s gen-
eral budget:' the document reads.
"Through the P.A. budget, the U.S.
is paying the salaries of terrorist
murderers in prison and funding the
glorification and role modeling of ter-
Marcus, director of Palestinian
Media Watch, met with Republican
lawmakers on July 26 to discuss
the report, amid efforts to get U.S.
congressmen — on the eve of the
Palestinian move to gain statehood
recognition at the UN in September
— to cut U.S. funds to the P.A., not
because of the Hamas and Fatah rec-
onciliation, but because of the P.A.'s
support and glorification of terrorists.
According to the report, "a law
signed and published in the official
Palestinian Authority Registry in April
2011 puts all Palestinians and Israeli
Arabs imprisoned in Israel for terror
crimes on the P.A. payroll to receive a
monthly salary from the P.A."
The report says this law "formalizes
what has long been a P.A. practice:'
Those eligible for the payments,
according to the report, are "any-
one imprisoned in the occupation's
[Israel's] prisons as a result of his par-
ticipation in the struggle against the
Quoting from Al-Hayat Alladida,
an official daily newspaper of the
Palestinian Authority, the report said
that more than 5,500 Palestinian pris-
oners receive these funds. Palestinian
car thieves in Israeli prisons will not
receive a salary, but every terrorist in
prison, including murderers, are on
the P.A. payroll, the report said, adding
that "the salary goes directly to the
terrorist or the terrorist's family"
The report said the average monthly
salary for terrorist prisoners is $918,
"Through the P.A.
budget, the U.S. is
paying the salaries of
terrorist murderers in
prison and funding
the glorification and
role modeling of
more than the average monthly wage
for a P.A. civil servant. According to the
report, the payments are dependent
on foreign funding, and the P.A. law
governing the payments stipulates that
they "will be implemented ... on the
basis of available sources of funding:'
The U.S. provided some $600 mil-
lion to the P.A. in 2010, including $225
million in direct budgetary assistance
to the P.A.
The 2010 appropriations act govern-
ing assistance to the West Bank and
Gaza stipulated that the Secretary of
State "shall take all appropriate steps
to ensure that such assistance is not
provided to or through any individual,
private or government entity, or edu-
cational institution that the Secretary
knows or has reason to believe advo-
cates, plans, sponsors, engages in, or
has engaged in terrorist activity..:'
The report also documented cases
of the P.A. honoring and glorifying
terrorists for attacks, which is also
contrary to U.S. law that stipulated
that no U.S. funds to the West Bank
may be made available for the pur-
pose of recognizing or otherwise hon-
oring individuals who commit, or have
committed acts of terrorism:'
Among the examples listed in the
report of the P.A. glorifying terror-
ists are a summer camp for children
sponsored by P.A. Prime Minister
Salam Fayyad in which campers were
divided into three groups named after
terrorists: Dalai Mughrabi, who led the
Coastal Road Massacre in 1978; Salah
Khalaf, head of Black September that
carried out the Munich Massacre in
1972; and Abu Ali Mustafa, the general
secretary of the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine that carried
out numerous terrorist attacks. 7