Palestinian Authority Makes Huge Payouts to Convicted Terrorists

October 2015
Israel Faxx;10/5/2015, Vol. 23 Issue 196W, p11
The article reports that the interim self-government body Palestinian National Authority has paid out a number of Palestinian terrorists who have been convicted in Israel to long jail sentences for multiple murder.


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