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PA salaries to terrorists and their familes
PLO Prisoners’ Commission condemns approval of Israeli prisoners’ salaries law, says “the Martyrs and prisoners are the symbol of the struggle, freedom fighters, and fighters of independence, and not murderers and terrorists”
Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency - June 27, 2018
 






Headline: “The [PA] Ministry of Prisoners (sic., PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs) condemns the approval of the bill to deduct the prisoners’ allowances”
      “The [PA] Ministry of Prisoners’ Affairs (sic., PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs) condemned the approval of the law to deduct the allowances of the prisoners and the Martyrs’ (Shahids’) [families] from the PA tax money in a second and third reading in the Israeli Parliament (sic., the bill was approved by the Israeli Parliament Committee on Security and Foreign Affairs on June 27, 2018, prior to a general vote in the Israeli Parliament; see note below). It said that this law legitimizes the robbery and theft of the prisoners and Martyrs’ rights.
The ministry (sic.) demanded that the PA not submit to racist laws like these, whose goal is to prevent the Palestinian people’s legitimate resistance and its resolve before the occupation’s ongoing conceit and arrogance towards the prisoners, the Martyrs, and their families…
The ministry (sic.) explained that adopting the family members of the prisoners and Martyrs and taking care of their life needs is a national and moral obligation resting on the shoulders of the people and the leadership.
The ministry (sic.) added that it is impossible to abandon this obligation regardless of the price, and that the Martyrs and prisoners are the symbol of the struggle, freedom fighters, and fighters of independence, and not murderers and terrorists as the occupation defines them.”
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Bill to deduct terror salaries from PA tax money - A bill to deduct the amount of money the PA pays imprisoned terrorists and families of "Martyrs" from the tax money Israel collects for the PA, which passed the Israeli Parliament Committee on Security and Foreign Affairs on June 27, 2018, clearing the way for a second and third reading in Israeli Parliament. The bill would freeze the deducted money and have Israel hold it indefinitely. Should the PA not pay terrorists’ salaries or allowances to families of “Martyrs” for a full year, the Israeli government would have the option of giving all or part of the frozen money to the PA.


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