Ending U.S. Military Aid to Israel

With the CH transit first ammendment issue settled for now we may be ready to engage without confusion on the other issue that was posed for local discourse:  Should the U.S. end military aid to Israel? 

The DoD notified Congress on Monday of the $647 million deal with Israel to restock the Israel Air Force (IAF) with munitions used in the over one thousand bombings conducted during the "Operation Pillar of Defense" on Gaza last month. Congress is expected to approve the deal this week.

This most recent money will be used to replenish, in our name, the armament that was used to kill 180 Palestinians, a large portion who were children, and to injure and traumatize many more. I do not support this. 

 I expect Congressman Price to not support it too...



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