The bipartisan Taylor Force Martyr Payment Prevention Act will give the Treasury Department "additional authority to designate foreign banks as institutions of primary money-laundering concern."
Gantz's 'confidence-building measures' gave the PA complete confidence that they can continue financing Jew-killing despite US and Israeli law.
With internal American and Israeli politics being as divided as they are, it’s going to take a lot more than a congressional bill to keep would-be “martyrs” at bay.
A group of 13 Senate Republicans, spearheaded by Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas), on Monday introduced a bill “aimed at eliminating Palestinian ‘martyr payments.’”
“Such flouting of anti-terrorism financial regulations is only possible through the maintenance or use of correspondent accounts at United States banks.”
The Biden administration claims it can restore funding to the PA without violating the Taylor Force Act.
State Department spokesman Ned Price assured that the funding was “absolutely consistent with relevant US law.”
Readers of the Jerusalem Post have their say
"Regarding foreign policy, Jewish Dems know that "America first" under Donald Trump meant "America alone," said JDCA CEO Halie Soifer.
Biden vowed that if elected, he would support the Taylor Force Act while restoring funding to security cooperation with Israel.