Bennett: "You say you want to fight terrorism. The best way to do it is to dry it out and take away its money."
The PA has declared its intention to continue paying terrorists' salaries through banks in the region, leaving the institutions vulnerable to prosecution.
The Southern District Attorney's Office said that it had encountered various evidential difficulties in the case, leading to the plea deal with reduced charges and a light sentence.
"If there is any concern, we will act immediately," Olivér Várhelyi pledged.
Parliamentarians "insisted that the Commission should thoroughly verify the use of Union funds by third party entities to ensure no funds are allocated to any cause or form of terrorism."
PA paid NIS 517.4m. on these salaries in 2019, some NIS 15m. more than previous year
In 2018 and 2019 the salary payments appeared in the PA's Budget Performance Reports, but this year they have disappeared, while spending on the PLO has shot up.
If the UAE fails to improve, it may find itself alongside states such as Syria, Yemen and Pakistan, which the FATF deems to have "strategic deficiencies."
PMW threatens Palestinians banks if they do not comply
The Palestinian Authority is expecting a 50% decrease in income thanks to the impact of the virus.