Report: Lebanon to Follow PA’s Example and Pay Terrorists’ Families

By Hamodia Staff

The Lebanese government has decided to grant money to the families of Hezbollah terrorists who die in their murderous activities, according to Saudi news channel Al-Hadath.

Under the new law, heirs to terrorists would receive $20,000 each.

The long-standing monthly stipend payments given to Palestinian terrorists by the Palestinian Authority in Yehudah and Shomron, dubbed “pay for slay,” has been at the forefront of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict for many years.

In 2018, the United States passed the Taylor Force Act, named after a fallen off-duty U.S. soldier who was killed by a Palestinian terrorist while vacationing in Israel. The bill halts funds to the PA as long as they continue to distribute funds to the families of terrorists.

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