The law will state that any person that makes a financial transaction which "supports, promotes, fund or rewards" terror activities will be subject to a prison sentence of up to 10 years
Abbas went on to say that, regardless of Israeli intervention, the PA will find a way to enforce this policy.
Viewers of the program would typically still be within the K12 schooling years.
Arafat died on November 11, 2004. He is commonly remembered for brokering peace accords with Israeli leaders, but the Palestinian Authority has chosen to highlight his calls for martyrs.
Qadri Abu Bakr told The New York Times that prisoners' families salaries would change to match the families' needs, instead of correlating to prison sentence. He denied the statement to Arab media.
They have, however, been quite vocal in condemning France for their Islamophobia.
The terrorists featured in a PA TV video are responsible for stabbings, murders, attacking IDF soldiers and attempted bombings.
Director of PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs Qadri Abu Bakr said “a prisoner is released from prison and receives a released prisoner’s salary, without working and without doing anything."
Both companies have been warned that continuing to offer credit services to banks processing terror funding is a contravention of the law.
A speech due to be given by the former PFLP terrorist and "poster girl for Palestinian terrorism" at San Francisco State University has drawn much criticism.