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Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, said Tuesday that the Palestinian Authority (PA) “should stop spending 7 percent of its annual budget on inciting and paying terrorist salaries, and instead use it to develop its infrastructure and help its people,” Ben Cohen reported in The Algemeiner. Danon was...

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A Labour MP has described the use of British taxpayers’ money to fund a Palestinian school curriculum which incites violence against Israelis and propagates anti-Semitic material as a “scandal,” The Jewish Chronicle reported Tuesday. Dame Louise Ellman, vice-chair of the Labour Friends of Israel, said in parliament that the minds...

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The Palestinian Authority is looking to deport a United States citizen who was recently sentenced to life imprisonment for selling land to Jews according to a report on Israeli television, The Times of Israel reported Wednesday. U.S. officials have reportedly been pressuring the PA to release Issam Akel, who is...

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Following increased tensions between the two main Palestinian factions, including the arrests of numerous Fatah loyalists in Gaza, a West Bank Fatah official said that “there will be no dialogue with Hamas,” The Jerusalem Post reported Wednesday. Fatah, the faction headed by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, has accused Hamas...

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The Palestinian Authority (PA) sentenced Issam Akel, a United States citizen, to life in prison for the crime of selling land to Jews, The Jerusalem Post reported Monday. Akel, who is a resident of Jerusalem, had been arrested in October, though the circumstances of the arrest still remain unclear. According to...

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The German government has come under fire for funding Palestinian schoolbooks that praise martyrdom and glorify Palestinian terrorists such as Dalal Mughrabi, who was involved in the murder 38 Israelis, including 13 children, in 1978. Benjamin Weinthal reported in The Jerusalem Post that a member of the federal parliament urged...

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The Netherlands passed a binding resolution on Monday to cut 7 percent of assistance to the Palestinian Authority (PA) in 2019, JNS reported. The Dutch parliament voted 94-56 in favor of the motion. The 7 percent cut in aid reflects the exact percentage of the PA’s budget spent on terror...

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A Hamas military court condemned five Gazans and one Israeli to death on charges of aiding the Jewish State, The Times of Israel reported Monday. The six condemned individuals were charged with “collaboration” with Israel. One of the Gazans, identified as Ali, was said to have been recruited by Israel...

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The leaders of Egypt and Saudi Arabia are reportedly working together to convince Arab states to initiate a fresh start with Israel and develop economic relations with the Jewish State in accordance with the yet-to-be released peace plan of the Trump administration, The Jerusalem Post reported Thursday. According to a...

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Israel’s Supreme Court upheld verdicts totaling 14 million NIS ($3.81) against the Palestinian Authority for torturing Palestinians it held in custody, The Jerusalem Post reported Wednesday. The two verdicts — one from June of 13.1 million NIS ($3.57 million) for the false imprisonment of 51 plaintiffs, and the second one from December...

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