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Commentary :: International
04 Sep 2005
Israel wants to send some of the 2.2Billion Aid from the U.S. back for hurricane relief.WOW!
Thye're the reason why the levees went unrepaired, and the main reason for the War in Iraq.
Israel generously wants to send some of the US foreign aid of 2.2 billion dollars back for hurricane relief.

Sep. 4, 2005 12:08 | Updated Sep. 4, 2005 15:14
Sharon: Israel to send aid assessment delegation to US

Israel will send representatives of the defense and health ministries to the Gulf coast of the United States this week in order to assess the assistance needs of the area following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina last week.

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon opened the cabinet meeting Sunday morning with an offer of aid to the United States government. "The United States has stood by us during difficult times and it is our duty to assist it in the areas in which we can help," he said. "I want to reiterate my condolences. We will do everything in our power to render assistance in the difficult situation in which so many American citizens find themselves."

Sharon did not elaborate on the size of the delegation or the location to which it was headed.

The Foreign Ministry knew of at least one Israeli, a truck driver by trade, who was still missing in the New Orleans area as of Sunday morning, the Israeli consul in Houston, Texas, told Army Radio.

The aid the US Congress planned to send to the Gulf States hit by the hurricane would come at the expense of part of the aid package promised to Israel in the wake of the disengagement, Army Radio reported. The American government had promised Israel a massive $2.2 billion assistance package in order to cover part of the expense of the implementation of the disengagement plan. (go to article for more)


Currently many PANC members are under investigation of Israeli spying, and misinformation about the war in Iraq, how nice!

Even dual based American Israeli citizen, Michael Chertoff, now Homeland Insecurity Director, in the past defended Muslim terrorists and deported Israeli Dancing Mossad after the World Trade Center and Pentagon attack after 911.

He's been praising FEMA, and officials for their responses 5 days after the preventable New Orleans flood. See He blames "mother nature, but It looks like Farther Government is the real culprit in this terrible reign of terror.

The point of me writing this is there's a real reason why Joseph Farah, the editor of , a staunch CONSERVATIVE , CHRISTIAN, FUNDAMENTAL popular Internet News service, is CALLING for IMPEACHMENT of this administration! (see article: and subsequent endorsements, and letters from the readers)

His revelations of the unprotected borders, and possibilities of terrorists coming across them, now coupled with a totally inadequate response to an urban disaster, shows how incompetent and ineffective this government is, and the real possibility of a nuclear attack, leaving Americans to fight for themselves for survival, for 5-6 days without water, and medical attention is a no brainier!

This government has been too interested in making the rich elite grow richer, through Halliburton, Carlyle and oil monopolies, tax cuts for the wealthy, and assisting Israel relieve their pipeline problems after the Iranian Revolution, to seriously give a care for its own DEFENSE!
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