Biden Administration Knowingly Funds Terrorism

The U.S. is knowingly funding Palestine's pay-to-slay program.

For years, our tax-payer dollars were sent to the Palestinian Authority which funded terrorism against Israeli civilians. Then, the Trump Administration ended the aid. Now, despite acknowledging the terrorism, Biden and Kamala are bringing the aid back.

They Confirmed The Palestinian's Pay-To-Slay Program

In a non-public State Department report, the Biden administration admitted the following:

  1. In 2019: Palestinians spent $151 million on the pay-to-slay program.

  2. At least $191 million was spent on Palestinians referred to as Martyrs.

What Is Pay-To-Slay?

It's a program that is meant to reward terror attacks against Israeli's.

Almost two decades ago, the Palestinian Authority passed the policy that guaranteed salaries for convicted terrorists and their families.

In 2010, the PA passed resolutions that guaranteed a monthly payment to any Palestinian convicted of a "terrorism-related offense".

"Even if I had only one penny, I would've given it to the families of the martyrs, prisoners, and heroes."

- PA President Mahmoud Abbas, Sept. 26, 2019

The more Israelis killed, the more the PA (Palestinian Authority) pays the terrorists.

Salaries start at $400 per month for terrorists incarcerated for up to three years. For those serving more than 30 years, the salary is nearly $3,429 dollars a month.

The length of incarceration correlates to the number of Israelis killed or harmed by the Israelis.

Chart via Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, April 15th, 2011

The PA turned terrorism against Israeli's civilians into a job. The better the job, the higher the salary - this means terrorism is a suitable means of feedings ones family.

It Violates The Taylor Force Act

The Pay-To-Slay program violates the 2018 Taylor Force Act, which cut aid to the Palestinian Authority unless the program was stopped.

While the Trump administration promptly froze aid to the Palestinians, the Biden Administration is restarting aid. They have already allocated nearly $100 million for Palestinians.

The act is named after Taylor Force, a 28-year-old U.S. Army vet who was stabbed and killed by a Palestinian terrorist. He was visiting Israel for his MBA program.