Skip to comments.Israel expands subsidies to settlements
Posted on 08/04/2013 2:02:20 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The Israeli Cabinet on Sunday expanded its list of West Bank settlements eligible for government subsidies, a decision that came just days after the resumption of long-frozen peace talks and drew quick Palestinian condemnation.
The Cabinet approved a range of housing subsidies and loans for more than 600 Israeli communities deemed national priority areas, expanding an earlier list. The list includes poor towns in Israels outlying areas, but also dozens of settlements.
The Palestinians want to establish a state in the West Bank, Gaza and east Jerusalemlands Israel captured in 1967and renewed talks are to draw Israels borders with such a state. Since 1967, Israel has built dozens of settlements on war-won landdeemed illegal by most of the international communitythat are home to around 560,000 Israelis.
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Far be it for me to promulgate my American values upon other countries. The socialists in my own country are now taking them as personal insults.
After Obamatron and Kerryketchup support the EU boycott of Judea and Samaria settlement... Israel says IN YOUR FACE
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Props to Bibi. Subsidies aren’t my cup of tea, but I know this irritates the Jew haters in DC, so I support it.
Israel still has a lot of socialism in its economy.
“Go blow, o,” said Bibi, “and happy birthday. Have some hamentaschen.”
War is not over till it's over - this is a many thousand year war unlike the Irish war which ended when the parties decide not to continue it for future generations. The end is not near yet.
Build Bibi Build your land. I used to want you to tell your enemies to go to hell. But it’s not necessary (they’re going there anyway). Just build
Good for Israel.
Irish war? They surrendered to the European Union without a shot being fired.
In its politicians too. Hence the dhimmitude.
awesome - I just love it when Israel pisses off the Pallis
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