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Israel feeds off the U.S.

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Submitted by James R. Switz (United States), Jul 24, 2003 at 18:28

Double standard? Israel is ... living off the U.S. and expects our government to support it no matter what. Untold billions of dollars have been given to Israel with nothing in return.

If Israel wants to be so independent, it should pay back all the money and refuse any more money and arms. See how that works.

The U.S. and Europe should send all their Arabs and Jews to their homelands and let them fight it out.
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