dimanche 27 mars 2016

Daily Mail: Des miliers de terroristes palestiniens sont rémunérés par l'Europe

On se souviendra qu'en 2004 François Zimeray avait voulu mettre fin au financement par l'Europe des activités terroristes et de la corruption endémique de l'Autorité palestinienne.  Sans évidemment aucun résultat.  NGO Monitor n'arrête pas de dénoncer cette situation, mais ses messages sont ignorés en Europe, et notamment en France.  Or l'Autorité palestinienne se vante en publiquement d'oeuvrer à la fin d'Israël, récompense et honore les terroristes etc.   Il est véritablement honteux que des gouvernements européens et l'Union européenne (et bien entendu les médias, les ONG, les politologues) ne s'insurgent pas contre de telles pratiques.  Il est intolérable que les contribuables européens, y compris les plus plus pauvres, soient amenés à financer à leur insu le terrorisme palestinien.  Le Daily Mail a osé dénoncer. 

The Daily Mail:

Revealed how UK aid funds TERRORISTS: After yet more budget cuts, another £12bn of your taxes are being splurged on foreign hand-outs for militants, killers, Palestinian palaces and jobs that don't exist
  • Mail On Sunday investigation shows that UK money has funded terrorists
  • £72million was given to Palestine, which spent £8million on a new palace
The shocking revelation that thousands of Palestinian terrorists, including men who have masterminded suicide bombings and murdered children, are given cash handouts from aid money will cause anger and disbelief, particularly in the wake of the Brussels massacres.
The scandal of how Britain fritters away billions in foreign aid - including paying salaries to convicted terrorists who have murdered hundreds of innocent people - is exposed today by a major MoS investigation. Among the shocking things uncovered are the salaries propped up by western aid that lead civil servants in Gaza to queue at cashpoints every month on payday - even though they haven't had jobs since 2007 (pictured, left); the £8million presidential palace on the westbank (bottom right) built by Palestine, which has received £72million from Britain; the £5.9million give to US think-tank the Center For Global Development, which has a £12million HQ, the £106,000 given to Abdallah Barghouti, (top centre) and the £605 paid to Amjad Awad (top right), the Palestinian terrorist, which is funded by British and European taxpayers.
Pet project: The £8million palace built by Palestine, which has received £72million of foreign aid
[...]  We dug beneath the headline figures on DFID’s websites to reveal waste and misguided largesse which seemed to extend to virtually every corner of the globe and which will shock readers. In the West Bank and Gaza, despite promises by the ruling Palestinian Authority (PA) to end the practice of paying aid money to convicted terrorists, our investigation revealed that they had simply duped the West by allowing the Palestine Liberation Organisation to hand out the cash instead.

Britain gives £72 million a year to Palestine, more than one-third of which goes straight to the PA. It openly admits supporting terrorists whom it hails as heroes for fighting illegal occupation, awarding lifetime payments that rise depending on time spent in jail and the seriousness of crimes.

One Hamas master bomber has reportedly been given more than £100,000. Other ‘salaries’ go to the families of suicide bombers and even teenagers involved in the latest upsurge of deadly attacks on Israel.

DFID and the European Union are still effectively supporting these payments to thousands of terrorists – despite claims to have ended such links two years ago. This was confirmed to the MoS by former prisoners and families receiving the cash, and in official statements by the PA.
We also visited a lavish £8 million palace that Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas is having built on the West Bank. [...]

Amjad Awad (pictured) and his cousin Hakim Awad killed Ehud and Ruth Fogel and their three children in their West Bank home in 2011. They have been getting foreign aid since they were convicted for life

In Gaza – a place where there is rampant poverty – I witnessed bizarre scenes: long queues of people at bank cashpoints. It was pay day for thousands of civil servants whose salaries are supported by Western aid, even though they have had no jobs since 2007.
Mahmoud, an accountant, said he was given more than £1,000 a month. ‘I just sit at home, spending time with my family. Sometimes I travel abroad to visit relatives,’ he said.
Others admitted to second jobs as shopkeepers and taxi drivers. One ex-teacher, who still draws his £6,000-a-year salary, confessed to running a dairy, completing a master’s degree in Britain and working as a journalist.

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