From Haaretz :
Israel presents document linking PA to terror attacks
The IDF presented a document Tuesday that was seized in the during a raid on the Ramallah office of Fuad Shubeiki, who heads the Palestinian Authority's financial apparatus. The document, which was sent to Shubeiki by the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, which is linked to Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat's Fatah faction, lists the organization's demands from the PA for suicide bombings that had already been carried out.
The document lists financial demands for ceremonies honoring suicide bombers as well as money to support families of the suicide bombers.
The fifth article of the document lists demands for producing explosive devices: "The cost of supplying electronic and chemical components for explosive devices and bombs - this was our largest expense. The cost of preparing a bomb is at least NIS 700. We need to equip five to nine bombs each week for our cells in various locations. NIS 5000 times four weeks equals NIS 20,000."
Article seven of the document details the "cost of 3,000 bullets for Kalachnikov rifles at a cost of NIS 7.5 per bullet, and 30,000 bullets for M-16 rifles at a cost of NIS 2 per bullet. We need the immediate transfer of funds so as to make the purchase - NIS 22,500 for Kalachnikov bullets and NIS 60,000 for M-16 bullets."
Alongside the document were comments and calculations carried out by Shubeiki's office.
Colonel Miri Eisen, a senior intelligence officer who presented the document... estimated Tuesday that Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat never signed documents tying him to the terrorist activities of various organizations, but that Shubeiki's signature, who is part of Arafat's inner circle, testifies to the PA's involvement in acts of terror.
Shubeiki was the individual who financed the purchase of the Karine A weapons ship from Iran in December 2001.
Dore Gold, an advisor to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, said Tuesday, that Shubeiki had visited Baghdad in August 2001 so as to coordinate positions with the Iraqi government, and that in May 2001 he was present at a meeting in Moscow during which the draft for joint activities between Iran and the PA was agreed upon.
Also seized in Shubeiki's office during the raid were hundreds of thousands of counterfeit shekels, which according to military estimates, were to be used to purchase explosives.
The Palestinian Authority stated that the counterfeit money seize in Arafat's Ramallah headquarters had been seized by Palestinian preventative security forces and belonged to Palestinian criminals that had collaborated with Israeli felons.