Terror Victim’s Widower: France Should Stop Financing PA Terror

YERUSHALAYIM -
Binyamin Horgan, husband of Esther Horgan, Hy”d, arrives to the High Court in Yerushalayim to a court hearing about the demolition of the home of Palestinian terrorist Muhammad Kabha on January 27. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Binyamin Horgan, husband of Tal Menashe resident Mrs. Esther Horgan, Hy”d, who was killed in a terror attack a month ago, is speaking to the French government in an attempt to persuade them to make their donations to the PA conditional on them stopping payments to terrorists and their families, Yisrael Hayom reported. The couple were both French citizens.

On Wednesday, Horgan will take part in a Zoom meeting with French journalists and public officials organized by the Center for Near East Policy Research in an effort to force French authorities to take action.

“We want to raise awareness among French speakers and the French authorities about the fact that the Palestinian Authority actively supports terrorism,” Horgan said.

“The goal is ultimately to stop the Palestinian Authority’s funding of terrorists, or at least establish closer oversight of the money that France and the EU send to the PA. The PA uses this money both to pay terrorists after the fact, and to fund incitement and violence. This directly led to the murder,” Horgan added.