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Israelis are targeted while waiting for busses, while taking a stroll on the promenade, while spending time with their family. At the same time, successful terror attacks are celebrated, terrorists are glorified, and their families are financially rewarded for every Israeli they attack. This is inconceivable. It is a moral disgrace. Terror is not a bump in the road. Terror is hatred and bloodshed. It contradicts humanity’s most basic principles of peace. Israel cannot and will not tolerate terror, and we know that in this we are joined by the United States of America…

“Palestinian terror against Israel or Israelis undermines any possibility for a future of peace between our peoples.

The younger generation of Israelis and Palestinians deserve better. They are all worthy of a future to look towards, a future of peace and prosperity. A future of hope.”

[Address of President Isaac Herzog to a joint session of Congress in Washington, July 19, 2023]

Palestinian Authority paid NIS 502m to terrorist prisoners - report

Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman

At least 230 million shekels were paid in salaries to terrorist prisoners, according to PMW, and at least 176 million shekels were paid in salaries to released terrorist prisoners.

Incentivizing Terrorism: Palestinian Authority Allocations to Terrorists

Yossi Kuperwasser

The Palestinian Authority’s legislation and allocations of monthly salaries and benefits rewarding imprisoned and released terrorists, and the families of “Martyrs,” amount to $300..

Israel names father and son killed in Huwara terror attack

After Israeli raids, Palestinian police struggle in militant hotbed, reflecting region on the brink

Was Rabin Fooled by Arafat when They Signed the Oslo Accords?


Israel’s Contribution to the Failure of the Oslo Accords

Maurice Hirsch

The agreements between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) were never “Peace Agreements” in the true sense of the word.


Defense Ministry weak on fighting Palestinian pay-for-slay, MKs say

LAHAV HARKOV for the Jerusalem Post

Vote postponed as lawmakers say government bill won’t deduct funds to PA over payments to terrorists.


UN: ‘No justification’ for terrorism or violence against civilians

Despite “inflammatory rhetoric and violent clashes” between Palestinians and Israeli Security Forces (ISF) at the Holy Sites, Tor Wennesland said that the situation in Jerusalem, remains “relatively calm.”


USA: House Passes Taylor Force Act

Washington, D.C. – Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1164, the Taylor Force Act. The bill, named in honor of an American veteran killed in a terrorist attack in Israel, restricts U.S. assistance to the Palestinian Authority unless it stops subsidizing terrorists through pay to slay policies.

First Item Coming Soon!

In the coming days, IPAAR will begin sharing international media responses to the PA breaches of the Oslo Accords.

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