"Opposition to the settlements has been a U.S. policy for 40 years already" - Yup, and it's high time the U.S. starting reflecting that opposition in ways far more tangible than expressing its disappointment! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • WeCan2
    • 17.10.10 | 01:25 (IST)

    Time to base our yearly contribution to Israel's war machine on its compliance with UN resolutions and international law. It's time to start voting its conscience in the UNSC, instead of granting Israel blanket protection. It's time to crack down on all those "tax-free" charities that collect millions of dollars a year to support the settlements - not only to yank their tax free status, but to penalize them for acting against American national security interests...which is what directs official U.S. policy regarding Israel's occupations and its settlements. It's time for the U.S. to start doing ALOT of things to more emphatically C-L-A-R-I-F-Y its opposition to Israel's arrogant indifference.

    from the article: PM's office: Construction plans in East Jerusalem are nothing new
    First published 20:13 16.10.10 | Last updated 20:13 16.10.10
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