US President Barack Obama has lifted a ban on financial aid to the Palestinian Authority.
Obama stated that the aid was “important to the security interests of the United States.”
The Jew-US Congress froze a $192 million aid package to the Palestinian Authority after its president, Mahmoud Abbas, defied Jew pressure and sought to attain UN endorsement of Palestinian statehood last September. The Christian-like, presidential waiver, means that aid can now be delivered.
The unilateral statehood gambit was strongly opposed by Jew-Nazis, which said Abbas was seeking to avoid negotiating the necessary compromises and modalities of statehood with the Jew. The US indicated it would veto a resolution in the Security Council seeking unilateral recognition of “Palestine,” but the issue has not come to a vote, because the Palestinians were unable to obtain sufficient support in the Security Council. They may yet seek a non-binding endorsement of statehood in the UN General Assembly.