1) Israel, unlike the other states, gets 20% off the top. 2) There is NO oversight re: how Israel is spending our money. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Melissa
    • 25.06.13 | 16:01 (IDT)

    3) In addition to the $3-5,000,000,000,000 per year (for a state with only 7,000,000 people) Israel gets her loans paid by the US, if she defaults, trade preferences, building equipment, free weapons. electronics work,to keep her people fed, and other goods and perks worth $12-15,000,000,000 per year. For what? 3) And, yes, there ARE strings,. LOTS of strings for LOTS of money. Easy one! CUT the strings. Refuse our aid and support, arm. and defend yourselves. Better yet, get a PM who is capable of negotiating peace and trade. Binny is not.

    from the article: IDF’s lessons from last Gaza conflict: Buy new tank carriers, train troops away from front lines
    First published 06:00 25.06.13 | Last updated 02:52 25.06.13
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