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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

American bribe to Israel

3 billion to Israel to obey international law just for 90 days?
That is 3 billion that can be used to help Americans climb out of the recession or to protect U.S. Troops overseas. More importantly, appeasement to a nation that has been widely condemned for its unlawful settlement into Palestinian land makes no sense. Paying someone 3 billion to follow the rules? Also, bowing down to the special interests of a foreign nation while condemning corruption in countries across the world seems a little hypocritical to me. How can you expect two nations to be at peace if you pay one with 3 billion in the form of military aid while 46 % of the other country's citizenry does not have enough food to eat. The money could be used a lot more wisely. Actions like these will prolong the road to peace for both Israelis and Palestinians.

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