Accountability in Funding Resources Archives

In 2010 the US gave around $600 million dollars to the Palestinian Authority (PA) to enable it “to continue with reforms and [to] promote growth.” The allocation of these funds was meant solely for the purposes stated, however, the PA has continuously rerouted these funds to terrorist organizations such as Hezbollah and Hamas. The IAF is focused on ensuring funds are properly accounted for and that these funds are not being used to propagate terrorist activity.

Resources

UNRWA and the Palestinian refugee problem
Want a short synopsis on the refugee issue? Check out this concise, but incredibly informative, 5 minute video from Danny Ayalon, Israel's Former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs: Background The…Continue Reading

Legislation

H.R.2829 United Nations Transparency, Accountability, and Reform Act of 2011
This bill elucidates it is U.S. policy to oppose the recognition of a Palestinian state by any U.N entity or any upgrade in the status of the Palestinian observer mission…Continue Reading

H.RES. 244 - Palestinian govn’t which includes Hamas should be prohibited from receiving US aid…
Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that a Palestinian government which includes Hamas should be prohibited from receiving United States aid until that government publicly commits to the…Continue Reading

H.R.1592 - To limit United States assistance to the Palestinian Authority
To limit United States assistance to the Palestinian Authority if the Palestinian Authority unilaterally declares a Palestinian state. No funds made available for assistance to the Palestinian Authority may be…Continue Reading

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