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US Funding Palestinian Blood Money?

Omar al-Abed (19), snuck into a Jewish community and attacked the home of a family of 10, stabbing three to death and wounding one. The family was celebrating the birth of their new grandson.

Al-Abed, now serving 30 years in prison, is guaranteed to be paid $3,000 every month for the rest of his life for the killings of these Jews. What’s worse, the U.S. government is funding this blood money.

On this installment of Think Tank, Glenn breaks down the reality behind the lack of Jewish security and the twisted Palestinian hierarchy of terrorists.

Watch the video for a sneak peek and answers to these chilling questions:

• How exactly does the U.S. fund these terrorist wages?

• What did the teenager post on Facebook before going in for the attack?

• Why have the Israelis backed down on their security?

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