Israel to compensate settlers from Palestinian money

The Israeli government plans to deduct money from the Israeli collected Palestinian taxes to compensate settlers whose farms were affected by the flaming kites from Gaza.

The Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth reported Sunday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed the Director of the National Security Council Meir Ben Shabbat to subtract the costs of agricultural damage caused by kites from Gaza from funds intended for the Palestinian Authority.

The Israeli government claimed that the flaming kites had caused several fire at farms on the borders with Gaza Strip.

Source: Kuwait News Agency