Howdy Khalid; U.S. foreign policy is not "controlled" by anybody except Americans who (supposedly) are acting in the best interests of the country as they see fit. If U.S. foreign policy happens to coincide with Israel's interests most (but not all) of the time then that's the way it goes. You can disagree with our foreign policy all you like, but claiming that it is controlled by a foreign power is the epitome of absurdity. We Americans are perfectly capable of making our own mistakes and corrections as we go without any help from you and your Zionist conspiracy theories. Getting back to the article, unless Hamas recognizes Israel, renounces violence, and honors previous agreements, then they won't be able to get their grubby little paws on the world's piggy bank. Ain't that just too bad!
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: When the Arab boycott is aimed at Palestine
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