The US PayPal online payments giant shut down the account of a French Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement group with terrorist links following a Jerusalem Post inquiry, the newspaper announced Wednesday.

According to the Post, the account of Collectif Palestine Vaincra was suspended over its self-proclaimed links with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) — an extremist far-left Palestinian group designated by the US and the EU as a terrorist entity.

On its website, Collectif Palestine Vaincra mentions the PFLP as one of its partners.

It also features Leilah Khaled, a terrorist who was part of the hijacking of TWA Flight 840 in 1969, as its Honorary Member.

Read the full story at i24News

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