ZOA Demands Biden Administration Stop Subsidizing Palestinian Arab Terror Against Israel
News Press Release ZOA in the news
November 30, 2022

According to a report released this week by the Israel Defense Forces, there have been 280 terrorist incidents in Israel so far this year, compared with 91 in 2021. In addition, 500 attacks were thwarted by Israeli security.

On Tuesday, a female IDF soldier was seriously injured when she was run over by a terrorist on Route 60, just north of Jerusalem. Shooting attacks on Israeli military in Judea and Samaria have risen sharply this year, with 110 recorded since January, compared to 25 in 2021.

Zionist Organization of America National President Morton A. Klein stated, “The administration must abide by the Taylor Force Act, American law which prohibits U.S. funds from being used to pay Palestinian terrorists who kill Israelis and Americans. The terrorist dictator of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas has refused to stop paying bounties to these murderers in a ‘Pay to Slay Jews and Americans” program. Since the Biden administration keeps providing $800 million in U.S. funding to the PA, terrorists and their families are being paid for life by U.S. taxpayers.”

Klein continued, “The Zionist Organization of America demands that President Biden immediately halt the $800 million in aid to the terrorist dictatorship of the Palestinian Authority and the $700 million in aid to UNRWA who run schools and training camps where Hamas members teach Arab students to hate and violently attack Jews.”

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