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Joe Biden promises to restore American funding to Palestinian jihad terrorists

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Joe Biden promises to restore American funding to Palestinian jihad terrorists

Christine Douglass-Williams

Consistent with the Obama administration’s policies of strengthening jihadists, including the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood, and weakening peaceful allies:

Joe Biden said that if elected president, he would resume US aid to the Palestinians, which was revoked by the Trump administration in part because it was being used to support terrorism. Biden would also seek to reopen the Palestine Liberation Organization mission in Washington, DC, according to a report.

The PLO was established with a mandate, written in its manifesto, to “liquidate Israel.” Biden and his fellow Democrats have still not learned that appeasement does not work.

“Joe Biden vows to restore US aid to Palestinians as president,” by Yaron Steinbuch, New York Post, May 7, 2020:

Joe Biden said that if elected president, he would resume US aid to the Palestinians, which was revoked by the Trump administration in part because it was being used to support terrorism. Biden would also seek to reopen the Palestine Liberation Organization mission in Washington, DC, according to a report.

“A priority now for the cause of Israeli-Palestinian peace should be resuming our dialogue with the Palestinians and pressing Israel not to take actions that make a two-state solution impossible,” the presumptive Democratic nominee told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in a statement.

“I will reopen the US consulate in East Jerusalem, find a way to reopen the PLO’s diplomatic mission in Washington, and resume the decades-long economic and security assistance efforts to the Palestinians that the Trump Administration stopped,” the former vice president added.

Biden also said it was vital to stop the Jewish state from taking any unilateral steps that could imperil chances of Israeli-Palestinian peace and jeopardize the prospect of a two-state solution, referring to reports that Israel may try to annex parts of the West Bank.

Biden did not specify any concessions he would demand from the Palestinians.

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