Wednesday, March 08, 2023

Hallel and Yagel Yaniv

Yesterday, the IDF killed Abdel Fattah Hussein Kharousha, a 49 year old Hamas terrorist who had murdered brothers Hallel and Yagel Yaniv.

Palestinian media are now treating Kharousha as a hero, and their description of the last time his family saw him before the murder indicates that he may have murdered the Jews for Palestinian Authority money.

In his last conversation with his wife before killing Hallel and Yaniv he told her that he was "going to the noon prayer and then looking for a job" that would provide him with a decent living.

Palestinians who kill Jews guarantee their families a handsome income for life, far more than the average Palestinian salary.

He also intended to die. He had spent some time already in Israeli prisons, most recently a 40-month sentence for planning, along with his son, a shooting attack at an Israeli bus.  He told a colleague after his recent release in December that he did not want to return to prison, and he wished for "martyrdom."

It seems quite likely that if it wasn't for the "pay for slay" policy of the Palestinian Authority, Kharousha would have had less incentive to kill Jews. Without Pay for Slay, he would have left them in very bad financial shape by dying; with Pay for Slay he ensures their living in comfort as long as the Palestinian Authority exists. 

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