Israel has a special punishment procedure for those who turn to terror and kill innocent bystanders: Most times their homes are demolished, explains Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
It’s a deliberate disincentive to kill, and also an incentive for others who may live in the homes to report the plans before they are carried out.
Israeli officials confirm it has worked just way many times.
But now, says a report from Palestinian Media Watch, the Palestinian Authority is rebuilding those homes.
Apparently as a reward for terror.
The PA already is fighting a worldwide movement against its practices of providing salaries to convicted terrorists, or compensation to their families if they blow themselves up.
The housing issue is yet another fight for the organization which gets many of its funds from donations from other nations around the world.
PMW confirmed, “The PA is busy rebuilding the homes of murderers of Israelis. This gesture of appreciation for terrorists who have murdered has been authorized from the top of the PA – by both PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah.
“One house the PA pledged to rebuild is that of the Abu Hmeid family. Israel demolished it on Dec. 15, 2018, following the murder of Ronen Lyubarsky on May 24, 2018, by Islam Yusuf Abu Hmeid, whose four terrorist brothers were already serving multiple life sentences for murdering at least 10 Israelis. A sixth Abu Hmeid brother was also a terrorist and was killed by Israel.”
The report revealed that Mazen Al-Dunbuk, the coordinator for the campaign to rebuild such homes, confirmed the construction plans.