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Europe funds terror and hate promotion
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Europe funds terror and hate promotion
Even though western powers have requested that their funding be used for non-terrorism related purposes, any financial assistance given to the Palestinian Authority frees up other funds to be used for supporting terror and paying terrorist salaries, as Palestinian Media Watch has documented. Therefore, any financial assistance given to the PA that is not conditioned on the cessation of incitement indirectly funds terror and hate promotion.
France to give 8 million Euro to PA treasury 
Source: Donia Al-Watan (independent Palestinian news agency), May 25, 2016
Headline: “The government’s outstanding decisions”
      “[PA] Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah briefed the government members during the weekly meeting held today [May 25, 2016] in Ramallah, led by him, in regard to the results of the meeting he held in his office yesterday with French Prime Minister Manuel Valls… The [PA] prime minister expressed his gratitude to the French government for the ongoing support that it gives to the Palestinian people, whether directly or through the European Union. Likewise, he praised the three agreements that were signed during the visit. They are the agreement to fund the administration of a wastewater project in Hebron in the amount of 13 million euro, the agreement to carry out research and for the French Agency to give technical aid for future development of Palestine in the amount of 500,000 euro, and the agreement to give financial aid directly to the public treasury in the amount of 8 million euro.”
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Fatah spokesman: Norway gives $40 million a year to the PA treasury 
Source: WAFA, official PA news agency, May 16, 2016
Headline: “Fatah thanked Norway for its continued support of the State of Palestine”
     “The Fatah Movement again expressed today, Monday [May 16, 2016], its appreciation for the role of the Norwegian government and parties in continuing to financially and politically support the State of Palestine without any changes… Fatah Spokesman in Europe Jamal Nazzal… emphasized that there is no truth to the Israeli ‘unsuccessful’ leaks ‘regarding a change in the policy of Norway the friend, which aids the Palestinian treasury with a sum equal to $40 million a year, in other words, 200 million Norwegian kroner.’”
Abbas confirms main charge of PMW's new report - that the PA is still paying salaries to terrorists - in meeting with Norwegian Foreign Minister 
Source: Dagen (Norway), May 4, 2016
Headline: “The support program for prisoners is unacceptable”
“In a meeting with [PA President] Mahmoud Abbas, Norway's Foreign Minister Børge Brende stressed that the current support program for prisoners should be abolished.
Foreign Minister Brende (Conservatives) is on a new tour of the Middle East. Tuesday afternoon and evening, he had meetings first with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and then with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah...
‘In the meeting, I emphasized that this support program in which financial payments are increased the [longer] the prisoners serve time [in prison], is unacceptable and should be abolished. I emphasized that with the political and economic challenges that Palestinians now face, it is in their own best interest to abolish this program,’ says Brende.
Abbas responded by repeating assurances that Norwegian funds are not going to finance the program. This is something Brende too continues to emphasize.
‘Norwegian support to Palestine goes to state building and institutional development, which everyone is interested in continuing. This is also stressed by the Israeli authorities,’ said the Foreign Minister to Dagen.”
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PMW report on PA salaries to terrorists debated in Norway. Norway’s Foreign Ministry knows the PA still pays salaries, MPs object 
Source: NRK TV (Norway), Apr. 24, 2016

NRK TV reporter Tormod Strand: "Malki [Roth] only reached the age of 15 because a Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up at this pizza shop in Jerusalem in 2001. 15 civilians were murdered. The person responsible for making the bomb, Abdallah Barghouti, is imprisoned in an Israeli jail. Palestine honors hundreds of Palestinian prisoners, among them many terrorists, with a monthly salary. Every month, Abdallah Barghouti receives about ten thousand Norwegian kroner from Palestine. The worse the terror, the higher salary the prisoners receive. NRK TV reported on [PMW's report] about this [PA] program in 2013, and that the money was being paid by the PA. Norway gives 200 million kroner to Palestine annually, and demanded along with other donor countries that the program be stopped. In 2014, Palestine’s President Mahmoud Abbas gave in to the pressure, and said that the program would be stopped. Now it was the PLO, the Palestine Liberation Organization, that would be paying money to prisoners, with the help of Arab donors. He [Itamar Marcus] heads Palestinian Media Watch, an Israeli organization on the right that monitors Palestinian media. Palestinian Media Watch claims in a report that the PLO is only a cover to appease Norway and other donor countries and that the PA continues to pay money to terrorists in prison."
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Tree planting ceremony honoring murderers held by Palestinian NGO funded by UNRWA, UNDP, foreign governments 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Apr. 1, 2016
Headline: “El-Bireh: Planting olive trees bearing the names of the popular uprising’s Martyrs in lands in danger of [expropriation]”
     “Yesterday [March 31, 2016], a number of families of Martyrs (Shahids) of the popular uprising (the wave of Palestinian terror attacks against Israelis since September 2015 – continuing –Ed.) planted olive trees bearing the names of their sons and the dates of their Martyrdom in lands in danger of expropriation next to the [Jewish] settlement of Psagot, which is located on lands of the city of El-Bireh. The mother of Martyr Iyad Sajadiyeh (i.e., killed in confrontations with the Israeli army) from the Qalandiya refugee camp north of occupied Jerusalem planted an olive tree sapling during an event organized by the Union of Agricultural Work Committees (an organization supported by international donors, see below -Ed.) in Ramallah to mark the 40th anniversary of Land Day, and said: ‘My son loved the land and died as a Martyr in order to protect it. I see Iyad in this tree, and I will nurture it as I nurtured Iyad.’"
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Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC) – Palestinian NGO funded by several international governments and organizations, including UNRWA, UNDP, the Japanese, Australian, Spanish, and Dutch governments, as well as numerous international NGOs. [Source: UAWC website list of “doners” (misspelled), accessed April 4, 2016]

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Palestinian Authority school hosts basketball game for high school girls named after terrorist who led killing of 37, organized by Palestinian NGO funded by European organizations 
Source: Al-Quds, Mar. 23, 2016
Headline: “In honor of Palestinian Women’s Day – the Rosary Sisters’ High School won the Martyr Dalal Mughrabi Cup after beating the Al-Awael School in a basketball [game] under the auspices of the Al-Razi Cultural and Social Association”
      “The Rosary Sisters’ High School in Jerusalem has beaten the Al-Awael School (i.e., a school under the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Education) in Ramallah in a basketball game held at the Al-Awael School basketball courts. The Rosary Sisters’ High School rightfully won the Martyr (Shahida) Dalal Mughrabi Cup on the anniversary of her death as a Martyr that coincides with Palestinian Women’s Day, March 11 [2016]. The Al-Razi Cultural and Social Association’s department of educational activities organized this game in cooperation with the Women’s Association for Life and Equality. The game was held under the auspices of Head of the [PA Ministry of Education’s] Education Directorate in Ramallah Bassam Erekat… After the game, the awards committee awarded the Martyr Dalal Mughrabi Cup and gold medals to the Rosary Sisters’ High School and a plaque [of honor] and silver medals to the Al-Awael School.”
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A photo published in the Al-Quds newspaper shows the winning team.


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UN bodies and European governments support Palestinian NGO that honored killer of 3 with human reading chain 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 22, 2016
Headline: “Chain of readers in Hebron to commemorate Martyr Alyan”
     “Dozens of female activists and mothers took part in a chain of readers to commemorate Martyr (Shahid) Baha Alyan, on the occasion of National Reading Day, March 8 [International Women's Day], and Mother’s Day [March 21], in the presence of the Martyr’s parents. The activity was held in Ibn Rashed square in the center of Hebron, by the Rural Women's Development Society and the Union of Working Palestinian Women's Committees, under the title ‘Do not turn me into another number, which you count today and forget tomorrow.’
The participants emphasized that the concept of reading should be rooted [in the Palestinian people] due to its significance to the national awakening, and held signs condemning the occupation’s actions and others that encourage citizens to read.”
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Jerusalem line 78 bus terror attack - On Oct. 13, 2015, two Palestinian terrorists, Baha Alyan (22) and Bilal Ghanem (23) boarded Israeli bus no. 78 in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood with a gun and a knife and attacked passengers, killing Israelis Haviv Haim (78) and Alon Govberg (51),and wounding 4 Israelis. Alyan was shot and killed by an Israeli security guard at the scene and Ghanem, a Hamas terrorist who served time in Israeli prison in 2013-2014, was wounded. Two weeks after the attack on Oct. 27, a 3rd victim in the attack, Richard Lakin (76), died from his wounds.

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Op-ed in PA daily responds to Israeli criticism of international aid for terrorists: The world owes the Palestinians money for enabling Israel’s establishment, majority of aid money goes to PA salaries 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Feb. 3, 2016
Headline: “Hotovely and the baseless questions”
Op-ed by Omar Hilmi Al-Ghoul, columnist for official PA daily
      “Israeli Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Tzipi Hotovely published an article last week in the American Wall Street Journal, titled ‘Where Does All That Aid for Palestinians Go.’ [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu’s deputy wondered where the aid funds have gone that have been given to the Palestinians over the past 22 years, and which have amounted to 21 billion US dollars in the form of development aid from 1993 to 2013, according to the World Bank... Hotovely’s article misleads world public opinion, turns the facts upside down, incites, and blackens the image of the Palestinian leadership and Palestinian fighters... If we consider each point [of the article] that appears in the American magazine separately, we will notice the following things: First, the Israeli extremist [Hotovely] ignores or pretends not to know that the funds of the donor countries are the minimum that the international community owes the Palestinians, and Europe in particular, which contributed to the establishment of the State of Israel on the ruins of the Nakba (i.e., 'the catastrophe,' Palestinian term for the establishment of the State of Israel) of the Palestinian people in 1948. Secondly, she ignored the fact that the majority of the total funds received by the PA over 20 years were used for salaries of the PA’s civil and military employees.”
PA PM: “Britain was, and continues to be, a main supporter” of the PA 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 11, 2015
Official PA TV News report on an event in honor of British Queen Elizabeth’s birthday, attended by PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah:
Official PA TV newsreader: “The Prime Minister [Rami Hamdallah] expressed his hope that the UK government would support, in international circles, our people’s right to put an end to the suffering that has been going on for 67 years, and would officially recognize a sovereign, independent State of Palestine within the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its eternal capital. [This was stated] during his attendance of the birthday celebration of Her Royal Highness, the British Queen Elizabeth. He pointed out that Britain was, and continues to be, a main supporter of our people’s path towards the construction, development and establishment [of a state].”
Government-funded Norwegian NGO funds exhibit erasing Israel from maps 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Dec. 24, 2014

 
Title of map: "The borders of Palestine"
The map shows the Mediterranean Sea, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Egypt as the borders of "Palestine." [http://borjcamp.com/?p=46522] 

Article about the exhibit printed in the official PA daily:
     "The 'Steadfast Children' institute held a paintings exhibition titled 'This is Palestine' at the Al-Burj Al-Shamali refugee camp next to the Lebanese city of Tyre, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the outbreak of the 'Palestinian revolution' (i.e. "the Palestinian Revolution in 1965 when Fatah, headed by Yasser Arafat, carried out its first terror attack against Israel, trying to blow up Israel's National Water Carrier.) The exhibition, funded by the Norwegian People's Aid organization, featured brush paintings by our nation's children in Lebanon, which were consistent with the [atmosphere of the] event and the tragic situation of our people in the refugee camps in the diaspora. The exhibition also included six additional paintings - 'the rivers of Palestine', 'the mountains of Palestine', 'the plains of Palestine', 'the cities of Palestine', 'the Palestinian national anthem' and 'the borders of Palestine.'" 
From WAFA, official PA news agency 
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Al-Quds University funded by the UN and EU honors terrorist murderer‎ 
Source: Al-Ayyam, Nov. 11, 2014
Al-Quds University honored Hamas terrorist Ibrahim Al-Akari, who carried out a terrorist ‎attack on Nov. 5, 2014, at a light-rail station in Jerusalem. Two were killed and at least ‎‎13 were injured in the attack:‎
     ‎"The Burj Luq Luq Social Centre Society organized the Martyr (Shahid) Ibrahim Al-‎Akari Tournament two days ago [Nov. 9, 2014] in cooperation with the Physical ‎Education Faculty of Al-Quds University - the Burj Luq Luq campus... Dr. Ahmad Al-‎Khawaja, the person responsible for the Physical Education Faculty at the Burj Luq ‎Luq campus of the Al-Quds University, emphasized that this activity (the tournament) ‎was the work of the physical education students at Burj Luq Luq, and that it was a ‎national activity held in honor and appreciation of the soul of the heroic Martyr Ibrahim ‎Al-Akari."‎
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Note: In July 2013, the UN announced a donation of €2.4 million (close to 3 million USD) from the EU and UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) to Al-Quds ‎University, the aim of which would be to "contribute to the development and protection ‎of Palestinian cultural heritage in the old city of Jerusalem." [UNDP website, July 2, ‎‎2013 and Al-Quds University website, accessed Nov. 12, 2014]‎
The Burj Luq Luq Social Centre Society, which helped organize the tournament ‎honoring Al-Akari, is also funded by several Western donors. The Center's annual ‎report for 2013 lists the following international donors: UNICEF, UNDP, E‎U, French Consulate, British Consulate, Pontifical Mission, ANERA (American ‎Near East Refugee Aid) and Terre des Hommes. [p. 56 in Annual Report 2013 of The ‎Burj Luq Luq Social Centre Society http://www.burjalluqluq.org, accessed Nov. 13, ‎‎2014]‎
UN and EU-funded Al-Quds University allowed Hamas exhibit honoring 3 terrorist ‎murderers 
Source: Palestine Today news site (Lebanon), Nov. 11, 2014
     ‎"The Islamic Bloc, the Hamas student association at Al-Quds University, opened its first ‎artistic exhibition this year under the title "At Your Command, Jerusalem", at the ‎entrance to the Science Department.‎ The exhibition included models of the Al-Aqsa Mosque [compound] and of ways of ‎opposing the occupation, from stone [throwing] to car [attacks], stabbing ‎and Martyrdom-seeking (Istish'had) operations. On the walls of the Al-Aqsa Mosque ‎‎[compound] model, pictures of the Martyrs (Shahids) of the recent 'Al-Aqsa uprising'- ‎‎[Ibrahim] Al-Akari, [Mutaz] Hijazi and [Abd Al-Rahman] Al-Shaloudi - were displayed. ‎They were described as the 'defenders of Al-Aqsa.'"‎
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Note: In July 2013, the UN announced a donation of €2.4 million (close to 3 million US ‎dollars) from the EU and UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) to Al-Quds ‎University, the aim of which would be to "contribute to the development and protection ‎of Palestinian cultural heritage in the old city of Jerusalem." [UNDP website, July 2, ‎‎2013 and Al-Quds University website, accessed Nov. 12, 2014]‎

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Editor of EU-funded Ma’an: “My ‎heart… practically soars with joy ‎whenever a Palestinian rocket falls on ‎Tel Aviv”‎ 
Source: Ma’an, independent Palestinian news agency, Sept. 10, 2014
This article was published after the 2014 ‎Gaza war, in which Hamas fired thousands ‎of rockets at Israel and Israel responded ‎with Operation Protective Edge, which ‎aimed at destroying Hamas' terror ‎infrastructure and ability to launch rockets at ‎Israel.‎
Op-ed by Dr. Nasser Laham, Chief Editor of ‎the Ma'an News Agency:
     ‎“My heart, like that of all Palestinian ‎citizens, practically soars with joy ‎whenever a Palestinian rocket falls on Tel ‎Aviv. Not because I am fond of killing or ‎bombarding civilians, but because I feel ‎there is someone defending my dignity and ‎the dignity of my children from the ‎extremist and hostile Zionists, who call out ‎every day, ‘Death to Arabs.’‎
I love peace and strive for it, and hate ‎destruction, bombardment and explosions. ‎But I also hate injustice. And I will protect ‎myself from those who call, ‘Death to ‎Arabs’ and those who come to kill the ‎children of Gaza.”‎

Note: Ma’an currently lists as “partners and ‎funders”: The European Commission (the ‎EU), UNDP, UNESCO, the Government of ‎Denmark, the Government of the ‎Netherlands, and UKaid. ‎‎(http://www.maannet.org/modules/publisher/item.php?itemid=7.). In the past, PMW has ‎exposed articles published in Ma'an that ‎were antisemitic and denied the Holocaust.‎
France donates €8 million to PA budget 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 17, 2014
     “Yesterday [Aug. 17, 2014] [PA] Minister of Finance Shukri Bishara and French Consul General Hervé Magro signed an 8 million euro aid [package] for the [Palestinian] budget. Minister Bishara expressed his sincere gratitude to the French government… Consul Magro thanked the State of Palestine for its efforts to manage public funds with transparency and professionalism. He expressed the unending support of the French people and French government for the State of Palestine.”
Denmark and France finance UNRWA documentary of the Nakba ("the catastrophe," referring to the establishment of Israel) 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, June 10, 2014
Official PA TV newsreader: “UNRWA has launched a new project to document the history of the Nakba (i.e., ‘the catastrophe,’ Palestinian term for the establishment of the State of Israel) of our people using photos and video clips, financed by two countries: Denmark and France.”
Official PA TV reporter: “With this initiative, the first of its kind, UNRWA has launched a project to document the history of the Palestinian Nakba and its most important [historical] stations, using photographs and video clips, under the title, ‘The Long Journey.’”
Robert Turner, director of UNRWA operations in Gaza [translation of Arabic translation of Turner’s statements, originally made in English]: “UNRWA has witnessed the suffering of the Palestinian refugees, and this project documents the refugees’ experiences since the Nakba. This is an enduring and valuable project, which shows images that perhaps not many people know. Furthermore, the [National] Consensus Government must necessarily invest effort in easing the suffering of those refugees by improving their [living] conditions.”
Official PA TV reporter: “A project for which Denmark and France have taken upon themselves the responsibility of providing material support; [a project] which will begin in the Gaza Strip, pass through Jerusalem and conclude in Lebanon and Jordan.”
Anders Tang Friborg, Denmark's Representative to UNRWA [translation of Arabic translation of Friborg’s statements, originally made in English]: “Denmark has been supporting UNRWA and its initiatives for many years, and we have a long history of supporting the Palestinians. At the moment, we are working as part of this project in Jerusalem, Lebanon and Jordan."

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British aid to PA from 2011-2015 exceeds 550 million dollars‎ 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, June 5, 2014
     ‎“[PA] Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah… ‎praised the extraordinary relations that ‎unite Palestine and Britain, as British aid ‎for the years 2011-2015 is expected to ‎exceed 550 million dollars, all of which ‎will be divided up into budgetary aid, ‎humanitarian aid, and support for ‎development projects.”‎
Germany signs €8.8 million agreement with Palestinians 
Source: WAFA news agency, May 7, 2014
From Wafa News Agency's English website:
"RAMALLAH, May 7, 2014 – Jerusalem Water Undertaking and the German Government signed Wednesday a €8.8 agreement to support the water loss reduction Program.
The agreement was signed by Minister of Planning Mohammad Abu Ramadan, Head of Water Authority Shaddad Attili, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Jerusalem Water Undertaking Fawzi al-‘Abed, all representing the Palestinian side, and KFW Development Bank Office in the Palestinian Territories Thomas Eisenbach.
Under the agreement, the German government will offer financial support in order to reduce water losses in the West Bank, including C Area, and East Jerusalem.
Abu Ramadan underscored the importance of this agreement noting that the German government and the Jerusalem Water Undertaking would contribute €8 million and €800 thousands in financial aid for the project.
He added that the agreement would contribute to enhancing the quality of services offered to Palestinian citizens through reducing water losses and support the sustainable management of water sources through developing infrastructure that would improve living conditions and water resources in Palestine.
Underscoring the vital contribution of this agreement to leveraging water sector in Palestine, ‘Attili was hopeful that more projects would be implemented in the field of water.
Eisenbach stated that this agreement was signed in the framework of promoting German Palestinian cooperation, highlighting the Palestinian government’s transparency and integrity in managing development projects.
In 2013 the German government had offered €55 million 40% of which had been earmarked for supporting water and sanitation sector."
EU countries contribute €16.4 million to the PA's payment of salaries 
Source: WAFA news agency, May 6, 2014
The following article appeared on WAFA's English website:
    "Today the European Union has contributed approximately €16.4 million to the payment of the April salaries and pensions of approximately 70,000 Palestinian civil servants and pensioners of the Palestinian Authority (PA) in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The contribution, made through the PEGASE mechanism, is funded by the European Union (€7.05 million) and the governments of Denmark (DKK 40 million or c.€5.36 million), Ireland(€1.0 million), Italy (€1.0 million), Luxembourg (€1.0 million) and The Netherlands (c.€0.98 million earmarked specifically for salaries in the Justice sector).
'The EU has consistently sought both to help ensure the well-being of the Palestinian population and – in the context of a commitment to a two-state solution – engage in Palestinian institution-building,' said the EU Representative in Palestine John Gatt-Rutter. 'Over many years the EU has proven to be Palestinian people's most reliable partner. The predictability of our financial support has always been guaranteed despite the very unpredictable political climate', he added...
Most of the European Union's assistance to the Palestinian Authority is channeled through PEGASE, the financial mechanism launched in 2008 to support the PA Reform and Development Plan (2008-2010) and the subsequent PA Palestinian National Plan (2011-2013). As well as helping to meet a substantial proportion of its running costs, European funds support major reform and development programmes in key ministries, to help prepare the PA for statehood.
Since February 2008, around €1.59 billion have been disbursed through the PEGASE Direct Financial Support programmes. In addition, the EU has provided assistance to the Palestinian people through UNRWA and a wide range of cooperation projects."
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PA-funded Prisoners' Club: Israelis taught international donors everything about PA salaries for prisoners 
Source: Official Palestinian Authority TV, Feb. 17, 2014
Chairman of the Prisoners' Club, Qadura Fares:
     "Our second message is directed to the EU, international organizations and to the UN. They know by heart what the Israelis taught them. This is a disgrace. The Israelis (i.e., PMW reports) taught them and explained to them that the PA pays such and such canteen [amount] and pays such and such a salary to a prisoner [imprisoned] four years... When we meet with European, American or UN officials they question us. They know the stuff by heart because the Israelis taught them and explained to them that the PA supports -- according to Liberman's and Netanyahu's claims -- so-called "terrorists"... Minister [of Prisoners' Affairs] Issa Karake remembers that the British Minister of [International Relations and] Cooperation asked us about the Dadash company -- the Dadash company that operates the canteens. Meaning, they know all these facts by heart."
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EU donates €11 million for PA salaries and pensions 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Dec. 6, 2013
Headline: “The European Union grants 11 million euros to pay [PA] salaries and pensions”
     “Yesterday [Dec. 5, 2013] the European Union donated approximately 11 million euros to pay the November salaries and pensions of approximately 71,000 Palestinian government employees and pensioners in the [West] Bank and the Gaza Strip.
The Office of the European Union Representative noted in a press release that this contribution will be transferred through the European Commission’s PEGASE mechanism, by the European Union (10 million euros) and the Government of the Netherlands (1 million euros, earmarked for the PA Justice sector salaries).”
From WAFA, official PA news agency
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