Mohammad Shtayyeh

The newly appointed Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority, Mohammad Shtayyeh, said Tuesday that the United States’ long-anticipated peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians will be “born dead.” “There are no partners in Palestine for Trump. There are no Arab partners for Trump and there are no European partners...

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The Palestinian Authority has decided to penalize Palestinian civilians in need of medical assistance to avoid cutting salaries of Palestinian terrorists and their families under the so-called “pay-to-slay” scheme, which led the United States and Israel to cut aid until the PA stops inciting terror. Explaining the decision, PA Ministry...

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Abbas: Always enough money for terrorists

The Palestinian Authority has decided to penalize its law-abiding employees to avoid cutting salaries of Palestinian terrorists and their families under the so-called “pay-to-slay” scheme, which led the United States and Israel to cut aid until the PA stops inciting terror. Explaining the decision, Nabil Abu Rudeina, PA Deputy Prime...

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Abbas Greets Man Convicted of Terror

“If your citizens were being routinely attacked by terrorists, which of you would tolerate a reward system that compensated the attackers for their crimes?” That is the question United States Middle East peace envoy Jason Greenblatt reportedly asked members of the United Nations Security Council earlier this month. “The Palestinian...

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Labour MK Louise Ellman Blasts PA Incitement

A veteran British lawmaker has blasted the Palestinian Authority (PA) in an op-ed published in The Times of Israel on Wednesday for teaching a curriculum in internationally funded, PA-operated schools “which incites hatred, glorifies violence and promotes terror.” Dame Louise Ellman, a Labour MP and vice-chair of the Labour Friends...

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The British government has confirmed it will undertake a substantial review of Palestinian school textbooks amid concerns that aid money is funding a curriculum that is inciting violence against Jews and Israelis, The Jewish Chronicle reported Wednesday. The Department for International Development (DFID) said it had “successfully pushed” for the...

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By appointing longtime adviser, Mohammad Shtayyeh, as the Palestinian Authority’s new prime minister, President Mahmoud Abbas has given the bureaucrat the “inside track” to succeed him, according to an analysis published Wednesday by David May, a research analyst at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. It will be up to Shtayyeh...

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Police Station on Temple Mount in Jerusalem Firebombed

Israel has closed the Temple Mount following a firebomb attack on the police station there, The Jerusalem Post reported Tuesday. The riots took place after Israeli Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said that there would be “no second mosque on the Temple Mount” and expressed hope that Jews would be...

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U.S. Envoy Greenblatt Slams Erakat for Disparaging Peace Efforts

Jason Greenblatt, the United States Special Representative for International Negotiations, on Thursday, slammed a senior Palestinian official for sabotaging the Trump administration’s peace initiative. Greenblatt wrote on Twitter that Saeb Erekat, the Secretary-General of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s Executive Committee, had characterized efforts to broker a lasting peace deal between...

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The United States Special Representative for International Negotiations, Jason Greenblatt, blasted the Palestinian Authority (PA) on Wednesday for “doing nothing” to advance peace, JNS reported. For months, the Palestinian leadership has boycotted a U.S.-led peace initiative and has refused to engage with the White House’s Middle East team. The PA...

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