Muslim Terrorists Live the Good Life in Israeli Prison By Daniel Greenfield

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January 20, 2013
In November 2000, Sarah Lisha, a physical education teacher in Shilo (a successor of the biblical Shiloh), a town of 2,300 in the West Bank, was driving home from work, when she was shot and killed as she was driving home from work on Monday night.

Sarah was 42 and a mother of five children. Her murderer was part of a cell of terrorists from Force 17, Arafat’s presidential guard and terror group, six members of whom were arrested in 2001 for Sarah’s murder and the murders of other Israelis.

After the Oslo Accords, the Clinton Administration provided special weapons training to members of Force 17, “Deliver security for the Palestinian people and fight terrorism, build confidence between the parties, and ultimately help to meet the security needs of Palestinians and Israelis alike.”

Samar Abu Kwick was given three life sentences for his part in the murders. But while CNN broadcasts may make life in prison for terrorists sound tough, it isn’t.

The Palestinian Authority pays generous salaries (using US taxpayer money) to imprisoned terrorists. It’s a telling sign of just how much terrorism the Palestinian Authority has engaged in that 6% of its budget goes to pay the salaries of imprisoned terrorists.

In September 2012, imprisoned terrorists received a pay hike, with some terrorists receiving up to $3,000 a month enabling them to enjoy all sorts of luxuries. Additionally because of their status, diplomatic pressure from the State Department and intervention from human rights groups ensure that the terrorists have a special status in prison that ordinary Israeli prisoners do not enjoy.

Muslim terrorists bring cell phones into prison enabling them to update their Facebook pages, shop virtually for clothes with their friends and throw parties in their cells.

The video that you are about to see is that of the engagement party of Samar Abu Kwick, who murdered Sarah Lisha.

This is how hard terrorists have it in Israeli prison.

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.