Ron Diller

The Palestinian Authority Terror Regime

Regavim prepared a 68-page report in February 2024 entitled: “Officers by Day, Terrorists by Night, Palestinian Authority Security Officers’ Involvement in Terror.”

Regavim is a public movement dedicated to the protection of Israel’s national lands and resources.

This is a short synopsis of their findings.

For many years, the Palestinian Authority (PA) has been encouraging terrorism against the citizens of Israel both indirectly and directly — both in terms of inciting and glorifying terrorists in the education system and in public discourse, by paying huge salaries to terrorists incarcerated in Israeli prisons and to the families of terrorists who have been killed.

According to Mohammad Dweikat, Head of Collections for the Palestinian Authority, was quoted by an Al Jazeera reporter “The Palestinian Authority Security Forces (PASF) have sacrificed more than 2,000 martyrs, hundreds of prisoners, among them those serving life sentences.”

Dweikat and senior PA official Jibril Rajoub, claim that the PASF staff constitute 12% of all Palestinian terrorists incarcerated in Israel. Fatah spokesman Hasin Hama’il stressed that “the PASF do not arrest Munadhilin (‘fighters’ from the ranks of Palestinian terror groups).

After the outbreak of the war on October 7th, Fatah commanders serving in the PA security apparatus in Jenin issued a 24-hour ultimatum to Abu Mazen, demanding that he declare a total and open confrontation against Israel “by any and all means,” otherwise they would declare a military revolt. In December 2020, the identification of PASF personnel with terrorist activists was so high that armed Al Aksa Martyrs Brigades militants released a statement in the name of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades warning against targeting the PASF.

The PA glorifies the memory of those killed in the act of terrorism and lauds them at ostentatious military funerals, gushing official condolence visits, memorials in public institutions and more.

Regavim identified 46 “PASF terrorists” who were killed from 2020-present while committing terrorist attacks targeting Israeli citizens, Israeli security personnel and IDF soldiers and were crowned as “martyrs.” Between 2021 and 2023, at least 25 “PASF terrorists” were arrested by Israeli security forces due to involvement in terrorism.

About the Author
Ron Diller lives in Israel with his family of four children.
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