this money morally belongs to the IDF - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 27.11.11 | 20:31 (IST)

    As the palestinians are firing rockets into Israel the IDF needs to spend money on expensive systems like Iron Dome and at the same time the government is cutting the military budget to fund social welfare programs so give that $100 million a month to the IDF who need it. The PA has plenty of money they just want more. Yes they don't pay their workers for months at a time but thats politics make the west feel guilty and donate more and make the unpaid palestinians blame it on Israel, perfect scam. If the PA is so short and can't afford to pay their workers then why is it nobody amongst the top brass ever seems to go unpaid? How come they can afford to build a a new town for the middle classes from scratch ( Rawabi ) if they are so short of money, that must cost billions? The PA has plenty and could easily pay their people if they wanted to. So give this money to the people who need it most ... the IDF

    from the article: Fayyad: Israeli sanctions have 'devastating impact' on Palestinian economy
    First published 14:19 27.11.11 | Last updated 14:19 27.11.11
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