Individual-terrorists' knives attack, ramming with cars, enhancement of Hamas, and the emergence of new terror groups are a direct effect of renewed financing by the White House.
"The Zionists are allocating huge sums of money" to "exterminate Muslims and eradicate their religion and values", this specific propaganda language in the newspapers' ad in Judea and Samaria, known also as West Bank appeared on Monday.
A unit of the Palestinian paramilitary group Nasser Salah al-Din's Brigades has requested donations to support their efforts against the "enemies of God."
It is a crowd-funding project in the Palestinian style which Shin-Bet, Israeli internal security, is too familiar.
Palestinian households are better equipped to now join the old war against Israelis.
The same day an Arab man from the West Bank attack with a knife an Israeli soldier. A soldier shot an Arab terrorist.
After Mr. Biden became US President, Arab terrorists based in Gaza and Judea and Samaria appeared to manifest more aggression.
Biden renews US-taxpayer funded welfare for Palestinians
On Tuesday the Biden administration unveiled a package of about $150 million in U.S. aid to the Palestinians, restoring part of the assistance that was cut off by then-President Donald Trump.
The aid, mostly to be provided through the United Nations relief agency UNWRA, is expected to be announced by the State Department as soon as Wednesday as part of an effort to repair U.S. ties with the Palestinians that all but collapsed during Trump’s tenure.
Democratic President Joe Biden has made clear he intends to roll back parts of his Republican predecessor’s approach that Palestinians denounced as heavily biased in favor of Israel.
The new administration has previously pledged to resume hundreds of millions of dollars in economic and humanitarian assistance and work toward reopening the Palestinians’ diplomatic mission in Washington.
Trump cut off funding for terrorist groups
The Trump administration blocked nearly all aid since it severed ties with the Palestinian Authority in 2018. The move was widely seen as an attempt to force the Palestinians to negotiate with Israel on terms the Palestinian leadership branded as an effort to deny them a viable state.
This included rescinding aid to funding for the United Nations Works and Relief Agency, which provides aid and relief services to around 5.7 million registered Palestinian refugees across the Middle East.