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America’s Unconditional Love for Israel Must End

America needs an open, honest discussion about why it still funnels billions of U.S. taxpayers’ dollars to Israel, a wealthy, developed country that routinely violates human rights on a massive scale, with no questions asked

Arkadi Mazin
Arkadi Mazin
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Arkadi Mazin
Arkadi Mazin

Everyone knows that people do not have to support their country’s current regime and its actions unconditionally. If this principle applies to individuals, it most certainly applies to international relations. A country does not have to keep lending its support to another country regardless of the latter’s actions. In fact, it would be plainly immoral to do so.

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