Palestinian Authority Defies Newly-Passed Taylor Force Act With $355 Million ‘Pay-for-Slay’ Budget

The Palestinian Authority’s decision to again include a $355 million financial reward for convicted terrorists and their families in its 2018 budget will not go unpunished, Senate minority leader Charles Schumer declared on Tuesday.

The veteran New York Democratic senator told The Algemeiner that the PA’s terror payments budget “is exactly why we passed the Taylor Force Act.”

The legislation — named in memory of a former US army officer who was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist in Tel Aviv in March 2016 — was passed by the Senate as part of its omnibus appropriations bill last week and subsequently signed by President Donald Trump.

“Now the Palestinian Authority will face additional financial consequences for its abhorrent policy,” Sen. Schumer concluded.

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