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Reader comment on item: The $36 Billion Bargain: Strategy and Politics in U.S. Assistance to Israel

Submitted by allan chua (Saudi Arabia), Apr 6, 2007 at 11:48

in my own opinion, americans knew that Israel is their vital partner in securing the middle east security during that time against the ussr. perhaps the U.S that time searching a country to unite on their points of view about the political situation and support each time or during the time that they want to conquer a nation..

in some other instance, the U.S always uses aid terms, but actually the first thing is to get their vested own interest..in a country or..in short they want to plant their own interest and not the interest of israel. it's not how big is the foreign aid, but the most important to the U.S is the influence that can be used someday..thank you


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Cut the aid already - it's good for Israel and America [131 words]freemanJun 9, 2007 23:3297169
my views.. [121 words]allan chuaApr 6, 2007 11:4888721
The Influence of Old Testament Bible stories [100 words]Linda SwansonFeb 20, 2007 00:1077992

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