Mahmoud Abbas

Abbas Snubs Visiting Republican Members of Congress

TEL AVIV – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas snubbed a visiting delegation of Republican members of Congress on Tuesday, even though he had met with a delegation of Democrats the week before, Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH) told the Jewish Insider.

Palestinian president says to stop agreements with Israel

Abbas Unhinged: ‘We Are the Canaanites Who Were Here 5,000 Years Ago’

TEL AVIV – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has wildly claimed that Palestinians are indigenous to the land of Israel and are the “Canaanites who were here 5,000 years ago” in a fiery speech he gave over the weekend in which he also declared that Jewish settlements in the West Bank would disappear into “the dustbins of history.”

Palestinian president Abbas says certain Bahrain conference will fail

Palestinian Authority’s Secret Pay Hikes Enrage Public

TEL AVIV – The Palestinian street is fuming over news that the Palestinian Authority secretly signed off on massive salary hikes and other perks for government ministers at a time when the Palestinian labor market was going through major cutbacks amid an economic crisis. 

Palestinians to cut civil servant salaries after Israeli tax freeze

Arab League Pledges $100 Million to Palestinian Authority

TEL AVIV – The Arab League on Sunday pledged $100 million per month to the Palestinian Authority to cover the funds suspended by Israel in taxes and tariffs owed to the PA over the latter’s so-called “pay-for”slay” scheme paying salaries to terrorists and their families.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, center, speaks after laying a wreath at the tomb of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, inside the Mukataa government compound, in the the West Bank city of Ramallah as Palestinians commemorate the 14th anniversary of his death, Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Nasser Shiyoukhi)

Abbas Appoints New Palestinian Authority Prime Minister

TEL AVIV – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas announced the appointment of Mohammad Shtayyeh as prime minister on Sunday, in a move that deepened the rift between the ruling Fatah faction and its rival group, the Gaza-ruling terror group Hamas.

Palestinians to cut civil servant salaries after Israeli tax freeze