France is funding a youth program in eastern Jerusalem that is being run by a convicted terrorist, the World Israel News website reports today (July 9, 2019).
The project, initiated by the "Decentralized Cooperation Network for Palestine," is funded by various local French government bodies to the amount of 400,000 euros.
The contact person for the project is Daoud Ghoul, founder of the Al Bustan cultural center.
He was convicted of membership in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in 2015. PFLP is listed as a terrorist group by E.U., U.S., Canada, and Israel.