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Abbott made the statement in an opinion piece in "The Spectator Magazine" on Monday.
Australia's aid program to the PA is over $40 million a year and is provided to the terrorists via United Nations agencies and some "charity" organizations.
The money ostensibly goes toward projects providing basic services to Palestinian refugees. These services include such things as health, education, water and sanitation, but they also include money for the families of martyrs who kill infidels and have streets and sports teams named after them.
Last year, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade suspended aid to World Vision's work in the Palestinian Territories after allegations that the head of the charity in Gaza funneled millions of dollars to Hamas, a known terrorist organization much beloved by leftists in the United States.
The organization through the use of taqiyya, denied the claims which are now subject to court proceedings.
Abbott, who had recently returned from the Middle East, also argued that Australia could demonstrate "unswerving support for Israel," the only true democratic country in the Middle East, by joining any move by President-elect Donald Trump to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
While visiting the Middle East, Abbott attended the Australia-Israel-UK Dialogue in Jerusalem.