Sunday, February 17, 2013

How the taxes paid by ordinary people ends up bankrolling the terrorists

Many British taxpayers, struggling to pay their family's way through a recession, might rightly wonder why their money is going to pay as much as £2,000 a month to people serving the longest sentences—those who have targeted Israeli buses and other civilian targets with suicide bombers, for instance. That is higher than the average wage in nearly all of Britain.

Unrepentant mass murderer; who do you imagine
is paying for 
the monthly salary that is sent to his family?
Answer at 
the bottom of this post
Image Source]
Frimet/Arnold Roth..
This Ongoing War..
17 February '13..

An official of the American Islamic Congress has a strongly-expressed op-ed in yesterday's New York Times entitled "How Europe Bankrolls Terror". His central thesis:

Over the past decade, Britain, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, Sweden and the Netherlands have paid more than $130 million to terrorist groups, mostly through mediators, to free European hostages... The so-called global war on terror has been hobbled by these payoffs. [NY Times]

He makes a reasonable point. But if this hobbled the fight against the terrorists, then what about the far larger sums shoveled into the maw of the Palestinian Arab terror machine throughout the past decade? And continuing. It's a theme we have addressed here numerous times. Some examples:

What we have written in those posts and keep repeating is that European tax-payers are the major source of the money that is used by terrorism-addicted regimes - in particular the Palestinian Authority or as it now prefers to call itself, "The State of Palestine" - to reward and encourage the people who have already murdered and who aspire to murder in the near future the children of the people whom their religious and secular leaders teach them to hate. Refer to the excellent, though sadly not-up-date, EU Funding site for more background.


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