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Americans in Israel sue United States for funding Palestinian terrorism

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Times of Israel


State Department, White House ignored transparency requirements in delivering Palestinian aid, allowing some of the money to flow to the likes of Hamas, plaintiffs claimPolice and rescue personnel at the scene of the Wednesday, November 21 bus bombing in Tel Aviv (photo credit: Roni Schutzer/Flash90)




  1. Hotlanta Mike

    November 27th, 2012

    From overwhelmingly supporting Obama’s election in 2008 to now suing him…can’t wait to see what the next 4 years hold for his other constituency groups.

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  2. I Luv Bacon

    November 27th, 2012

    Class action suit.
    The civilized one.

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  3. RANDO

    November 27th, 2012

    justice dep’t dismisses suit in 3..2..1…

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  4. Mountain Dog

    November 27th, 2012

    Thomas Jefferson would have called it giving aid and comfort to the enemy. Liberals are on the wrong side of everything.

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  5. Death_By_Farts

    November 27th, 2012

    What percent of Jewish voters voted for Obama this time??

    Oh yeah, 60 PERCENT….

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  6. Serious Putty

    November 27th, 2012

    @ DBF: It seems there is some difference between “Jewish” and “Israeli.”

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  7. Reiuxcat

    November 27th, 2012


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  8. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    November 27th, 2012


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    November 28th, 2012

    This week, the conference of presidents of North American Jewish Organizations is dispatching a solidarity mission to Israel.

    The time has come to suggest vital stops on the itinerary of the delegation, which generally are not on your radar.

    60 American citizens who live in Israel and whose loved ones were murdered by Arab terrorists brought suit against the US State Department. Why? The US Government is obligated, by law, to investigate every case where an American is murdered abroad.

    and because the US government has refused to prosecute Arab terrorists who have murdered US citizens who live in Israel – despite the fact that the US Justice Department has seen to it that murderers of Americans have been prosecuted all over the world.

    It is not that the US hasn’t conducted a long process of inquiry

    In that context, the US Justice Department and the FBI did dispatch a high level delegation to Israel to interview American citizens whose loved ones were murdered by Arab terrorists.

    US officials interviewed mothers and fathers whose children had been blown to bits.

    US officials interviewed children whose parents had been butchered in front of their eyes.

    US Officials interviewed widows and widowers .whose spouses had been murdered in the most heinous of circumstances.

    And, to top if off, US Officials viewed films of Hamas convicts interviewed by the Center for Near East Policy Research, where these killers of US citizens expressed pride – and no regret – in their vile deeds, because, as the killers said, their victims were Jews.

    The question remains: where are we US Jews in all of this equation? Is this not the time for Americans, as Americans and as Jews, to stand up for the enforcement of the law?

    The specific request that I make of Malcolm Hoenlein, the executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents delegation is that Conference of Presidents will meet with representatives of American families whose loved ones were murdered by Arab terrorists, and that the conference stand firmly behind the enforcement of American law, when it comes to prosecution of those who have murdered American citizens in Israel. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG, PRESIDENT ISRAEL ADVOCACY TASK FORCE

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