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US Funding Terrorism

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Submitted by LindaK (United States), Dec 19, 2007 at 17:58

Welfare payments to terrorists is appalling.

If the international community feels a need to support these people, the Palestinians, control the purse strings and funnel the money to the soup kitchens. There should be Palestinian deliverables if money is given, including, but not limited to an immediate halt to "anti-social" behavior and indoctrination of children.

The US should not be amongst the donors. Give them a few bucks after the $10 trillion deficit has been paid off, if they have been good little boys and girls until then.

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