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How is the PA’s agenda not genocide?


Washington wants an entity that requires terrorists be paid for killing Israelis to rule post-war Gaza.


The article discusses the accusation against Israel of committing genocide, prompted by South Africa and addressed by the International Court of Justice. It highlights the irony of this accusation given Israel's historical context and the ongoing Palestinian "pay-for-slay" program, which incentivizes violence against Israelis. The author argues that this program constitutes genocide, urging the White House to address it as a condition for peace and to reconsider support for the Palestinian Authority. Additionally, it mentions the Taylor Force Act, which aims to halt U.S. funding to the P.A. until it ends the "pay-for-slay" program. The text emphasizes the need for the U.S. to recognize and act upon the P.A.'s involvement in supporting terrorism, particularly in light of recent events.

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