The wife of the Arab terrorist who murdered four young Israelis and wounded 15 more this past weekend will receive a generous lifelong stipend from the Palestinian Authority.
Adhering to the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) official’s policy of incitement and support for terrorists, the regime will reward the wife of Fadi Al Qanbar with a lifelong stipend.
Al Qanbar, 28, murdered four IDF soldiers – three women and one man between the ages of 20 and 22 – and wounded 15 others in a truck-ramming terror attack in Jerusalem on Sunday. He was killed by security forces during the attack.
According to PA law, the family of a “martyr” receives a base payment of 1,400 shekels per month. The wife gets an additional 400 shekels. For each child, she receives 200 shekels, and for being a resident of Jerusalem an additional 300 shekels.
The family resides in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber, a hotbed of terrorism.
In total, al-Qanbar’s wife will receive 2,900 shekels ($760) per month for the rest of her life. In addition, within the next few months, she will also receive a one-time grant of 6,000 shekels ($1580).
It is of significance to note that these funds come in part from countries donating to the PA.