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Israel declares Palestinian National Fund terrorist organization

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Gaza7Jan4NAZARETH (PNIC):-Israel's Ministry of Security on Monday officially endorsed a decision issued on 28th June 2017 to label the Palestinian National Fund as a "terrorist" organization.

Member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Hanna Amira, denounced the Israeli "provocative" decision, saying that it falls in line with a US-Israeli policy targeting the PLO and the Palestinian Authority.

Amira told the PNIC that Israel is attempting to put more pressure on the PLO, adding that this decision will result in very serious repercussions on the bank transactions between the Palestinian National Fund and banks in the West Bank and will adversely affect the PLO employees who receive their salaries from the Fund.

Amira expressed his fear that the Fund may be subjected to international pressures by preventing the transfer of funds and grants especially those coming from Arab countries since the Palestinians living there donate 5% of their salaries to the National Fund. This procedure has been practiced for years.

He pointed out that the Israeli decision will also affect some Palestinian institutions operating in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian official affirmed that this decision and other Israeli arbitrary and provocative decisions will be on the agenda of the next meetings of the Executive Committee.

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