Palestinian Authority: Israeli Restrictions Cost $4.35 Billion Per Year

Palestinian Authority: Israeli Restrictions Cost $4.35 Billion Per Year

In a new report, the Palestinian Authority (PA) reports that Israel’s “non-security restrictions” on the Palestinian economy costs the PA at least $4.35 billion annually. Without these restrictions they say they would have a considerable surplus and would not be dependent on foreign aid.

Read more on what the PA calls the “cheapest occupation in the world” at the Independent

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  • John Ellis

    “cheapest occupation in the world”

    Actually no, for it is the most profitable occupation the world has ever known. For legal ownership of trillions of dollars of priceless real estate, not occupation, is what the immoral “international community” has given to the most immoral corporate rich who own most of Zionist Israel.

    Let me guess, the corporate rich who own most of Israel, they are a multinational power combine that does not even live in Israel.