Israeli Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin shakes hands with arch-terrorist Yasser Arafat at the Oslo Accords signing. (AP)

As long as Palestinian leaders are flush with billions in foreign aid money, they have no incentive to change their terror-supporting policies.

For decades, Palestinians have claimed that they need money from US taxpayers to stabilize the region and make peace.

US leaders agreed, and have sent billions to Palestinian leaders.

From year one of that “aid,” however, critics have pointed out that Palestinian leaders are not setting the stage for peace, but are enriching themselves while actually radicalizing the citizenry to support the annihilation of the Jewish people. That’s why a significant amount of Palestinian aid is used to pay lifetime salaries to terrorists who follow through on that message.

Should US taxpayers take another chance with their hard-earned money this year, or is it time to see whether a cessation of aid may work better?