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After the Terror in UK, Bibi Has Devastating Clap Back to Palestinians: ‘Rewarding Terrorism Must End’

On Monday, an explosion devastated Manchester, England. A suicide bomber, later identified as Salman Abedi, took the lives of 22 people and wounded 59 more.

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump addressed the tragedy alongside Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas. In Trump’s words:

“It’s so interesting our meeting took place on this very horrible morning of death to innocent young people. Peace can never take root in an environment where violence is tolerated, funded, and even rewarded. We must be resolute in condemning such acts in a single, unified voice.”

Abbas also “condemned the horrible terrorist attack that occurred in the British city of Manchester, leaving tens of casualties of innocent people,” saying:

“I do offer my warm condolences to the prime minister of Britain, families of victims, and the British people.

We would like to reassert our willingness to continue to work with you as partners in fighting terrorism in our region and in the world.”

But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose people are in constant conflict with the Palestinians, had a response ready for him:

In a meeting with President Trump later that day, Netanyahu pointed out the fact that, according to Palestinian law, a stipend is paid to the families of Hamas terrorists who attack Israel:

“Standing next to you, President Abbas condemned the horrific attack in Manchester. Well, I hope this heralds a real change. Because, if the attacker had been Palestinian, and the victims had been Israeli children, the suicide bomber’s family would have received a stipend from the Palestinian Authority.

That’s Palestinian law. That law must be changed.”

It’s clear that Netanyahu believes that Abbas was one of the people President Trump was talking about when he said” “The terrorists are extremists, and those who give them aid and comfort, must be driven out from our society forever.”