Joe Biden has decided to send at least $235 million to the Palestinians with no strings attached.
Much of the money will be spent through the United Nations group UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). That is the same group that runs schools where they teach young children jihad.
The two countries that provide the most money for these schools are the United States and Great Britain.
According to the report, children in the Gaza Strip are called upon to “defend the motherland with blood.”
It can take the form of a math problem asking students to identify the correct number of martyrs from the First Intifada, to the complete eradication of Israel, a UN member state, from any maps featured in UNRWA-created books, with the entire territory being labelled as a modern-day Palestine with no demarcation lines.
One of the major reasons that President Trump cut funding to the Palestinians is because of their practice of paying terrorists and the families of suicide bombers and martyrs who have killed Israelis and Americans.
That practice still continues even until today and no doubt the money we send them will never reach the Palestinian people but will be used for terrorism.
Joe Biden is no fan of Israel and it is unlikely he cares.
The Palestinian Authority spends roughly 10 percent of its annual budget paying terrorists who attack Israelis and supporting their families, according to expert testimony to congressional lawmakers.
Yigal Carmon, the president and founder of the Middle East Media Research Institute, told the House Foreign Affairs Committee Wednesday that the Palestinian Authority is investing $137.8 million this year in salaries to terrorists jailed in Israel and payments to the families of imprisoned terrorists or suicide bombers, in violated of the Oslo peace accords with Israel.
The Hindustan Times reports:
The United States is resuming financial assistance to Palestine with at least $235 million, reversing a 2018 decision by then president Donald Trump to discontinue it.
“US foreign assistance for the Palestinian people serves important US interests and values,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Wednesday. “It provides critical relief to those in great need, fosters economic development, and supports Israeli-Palestinian understanding, security coordination and stability.”
The revival of assistance to Palestine is yet another reversal of a Trump-era foreign policy decision, joining a growing list that includes efforts currently under way for the US to rejoin (the Iran deal (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action). The US has also rejoined the Paris Agreement on climate and World Health Organization.
The bulk of the US assistance for Palestine – $150 million – will go through the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which was set up 72 years ago to help displaced Palestinian people. Another $75 million will go towards economic and development assistance in the West Bank and Gaza and $10 million for peace-building programmes, Blinken said.