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Millions in Aid Monthly for Murder

Reader comment on item: Fund the Palestinians? Bad Idea

Submitted by Susan D (United States), Dec 19, 2007 at 20:06

The correlation is clear. When the Palestinians receive more money, there is more murder and mayhem. They aren't building a society as this IS their society and since the Palestinians voted for Hamas, it's obvious that they WANT terror. Why is ANY government giving them money?

Without the billions, they'll perhaps be forced into forging another solution, though it will most likely be petrol dollars funding the terror.

Electric cars, everyone. We can do it.

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