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Reader comment on item: Who Gets the Most U.S. Foreign Aid?

Submitted by yb (Israel), Sep 19, 2013 at 17:04

Israel is required to spend nearly 80% of the financial aid it's getting from the U.S. on American companies (buying mosty military related stuff of course), thus creating many jobs.

In addition, we must not forget that Israel gives the U.S. in return for that money: 1. International support for its actions. 2 Military support 3. Cooperation on intelligence gathering 4. Economic relations

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