Here’s the Good News for US Taxpayers. Saudi and it’s GCC Poodles mainly UAE will settle this debt provides Obama Vetoes Congress Bill – SUICIDE BOMBERS MAGAZINE
DAYLIGHT THEFT. I was banging my head for 15 years to know who’s the sole beneficiary of 911 bombings that turned human to beasts. Now I get it. I didn’t realize how THICK I was until I watched National Security Council acting head Jacob Nagel [Israel] and U.S. Undersecretary of State Tom Shannon sign $38 billion landmark defense aid package that eventually Saudi and it’s GCC Poodles will pay for it as 911 Zombies Compensations.
DANCING ISRAELIS. Here’s the Arabian Nights. Girls! Before his Exit. Obama Fucks 3 Forthcoming Presidents by Signing $38B National Debt Owed to Israel. It's irrevocable by any Potus on the cards for next 12 years. The real deal is $50B in 10 years. Israel will claim $12B for anytime Hamas or Iran shout “Death to Israel.” Here’s the Good News for US Taxpayers. Saudi and it’s GCC Poodles mainly UAE will settle this debt provides Obama Vetoes Congress Bill that allows 911 Zombies extort Saudi and it’s GCC Poodles Gazillions. It’s so amusing to witness how LOW American Politicians descended to filth.
Fuck Matthew Lee, AP Diplomatic Writer of the Associated Press DISINFORMATION of News Values and Principles. Fuck Israel Hayom’s Shlomo Cesana, Yoni Hersch.
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Israel Hayom - 1 hour ago
Israel and the United States inked a landmark defense aid package Wednesday, in which Washington has pledged to give Jerusalem $38 billion in military assistance over the next decade. The defense package, which will provide Israel with $3.8 billion a ...
FRANCE 24 - 2 hours ago
The United States on Wednesday signed a landmark agreement to provide Israel with $38 billion inmilitary assistance over the next decade, the largest such aid package in US history. The deal will allow Washington's chief Middle East ally to upgrade ...
Reuters - 12 hours ago
WASHINGTON The United States will give Israel $38 billion in military assistance over the next decade, the largest such aid package in U.S. history, under a landmark agreement signed on Wednesday. The deal, whose details were reported by Reuters ...
Jerusalem Post Israel News - 17 hours ago
By comparison, under the MoU that will expire in 2018, Israel received an average of $3b. a year and an additional $440,000 in supplemental missile defense aid it requested from Congress each year. All together, that entire package came to 34.4b. over ...
USA TODAY - 17 hours ago
WASHINGTON — The United States agreed Wednesday to provide Israel a record $38 billion in newmilitary aid over the next decade. The pact is a sign of the two nations' close alliance despite major differences over Iran's nuclear program and other ...
DEBKA file - 16 hours ago
The US and Israel on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding under which the Jewish state will receive$38 billion worth of military aid over the next 10 years. US National Security Advisor Susan Rice said at the signing ceremony in Washington ...
Huffington Post - Sep 13, 2016
WASHINGTON - The United States and Israel have agreed on a record $38 billion package of U.S.military aid and will sign the new pact on Wednesday, enshrining defense funding for Washington's closest Middle East ally for the next decade, officials said.
Jerusalem Post Israel News - Sep 13, 2016
... over the package, arrived in Washington on Tuesday for the event. Rice spoke of the negotiations in June before the American Jewish Committee: “ Even in these days of belt tightening, we are prepared to sign the single largest military assistance ...
Jewish Telegraphic Agency - 15 hours ago
WASHINGTON (JTA) – President Barack Obama's near parting gift to Israel, a guarantee of $38 billion indefense assistance over a decade, distills into a single document what he's been saying throughout eight fraught years: I have your back, but on my ...
UPI.com - 11 hours ago
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- President Barack Obama's administration pledged the United States' largest-ever military aid package to Israel on Wednesday -- nearly $40 billion over 10 years. The U.S. government signed a memorandum of understanding ...
Breaking Israel News - Sep 14, 2016
The United States and Israel have finally closed the unprecedented, $38 billion military aid deal which the two nations have been negotiating for months, senior officials announced from Washington on Tuesday. The ten-year ... Negotiations over the ...
Voice of America - 15 hours ago
The United States and Israel signed a landmark 10-year military assistance agreement Wednesday, as U.S. lawmakers of both political parties stressed that Congress will determine actual aid levels to the Jewish state. The memorandum of understanding ...
Jerusalem Post Israel News - Sep 13, 2016
NEW YORK -- A landmark defense package negotiated between Israel and the United States does not prevent future Congresses from providing the Jewish state with even more aid than the deal prescribes, Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said on ...
Jewish Chronicle - Sep 14, 2016
The US has agreed to provide Israel with $38 billion (£28.8 billion) of military funding, the largest such agreement in history. After ten months of negotiations, ... The new deal will also forbid Israel from spending US aid on fuel for its military ...
Cosumnes Connection (subscription) - 2 hours ago
The United States has agreed a record multi-billion-dollar deal to provide Israel with military assistance for 10 years from 2019, according to U.S. officials. The new pact, which runs from 2019-2028, will give Israel-already the biggest recipient of ...
Cosumnes Connection (subscription) - Sep 13, 2016
Jacob Nagel arrived Tuesday, and according to Israeli media reports, will meet with his US counterpart, National Security Advisor Susan Rice, to sign the $38 billion military aid package. The American administration put pressure on Israel to get ...
Israel, US sign $38 billion landmark defense aid package
PM Netanyahu lauds record defense aid to Israel, says it will allow continued development of missile defenses • "The U.S. will always be there for the State of Israel and its people, today, tomorrow and for generations to come," top U.S. adviser says.
Shlomo Cesana, Yoni Hersch, News Agencies and Israel Hayom Staff
National Security Council acting head Jacob Nagel and U.S. Undersecretary of State Tom Shannon sign the deal in Washington, Wednesday | Photo credit: Reuters
Israel and the United States inked a landmark defense aid package Wednesday, in which Washington has pledged to give Jerusalem $38 billion in military assistance over the next decade. The defense package, which will provide Israel with $3.8 billion a year between 2018 and 2028, is the largest aid package ever given to a U.S. ally.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the deal, saying, "This agreement ensures unprecedented U.S. defense aid to Israel over the next decade. This is the biggest defense aid package the U.S. has ever extended any nation, and it will allow us to continue and develop our military strength and our missile defenses. This is a very important achievement for the State of Israel."
In a televised statement from his office, Netanyahu said, "I would like to thank President Obama and his administration for this historic deal. I also thank our many, many friends in the American Congress and the American people for their support, bipartisan support from the United States.
"This deal illustrates a simple truth: The relationship between Israel and the United States is solid and powerful, it does not mean that we don't have disputes now and then, but these are disputes you have between family, it does not affect whatsoever the great friendship between Israel and the United States, a friendship that this aid deal represents, that will strengthen Israel's military force in the next decade," he said.
An official with the Prime Minister's Office stressed that the deal is "a historic achievement for Prime Minister Netanyahu," adding that in the event of a war, Israel would be able to appeal to Congress for additional aid.
The landmark deal was reached despite budget cuts, including defense cuts, in the U.S., he said.
National Security Council acting head Jacob Nagel and U.S. Undersecretary of State Tom Shannon signed the deal in Washington.
Nagel hailed the agreement as an indication of the "rock-solid alliance" between Israel and the United States.
"Israel has no better friend, no more reliable strategic ally, no more important partner than the United States of America. Everyone can see and feel the special relationship between our countries and our people," he said. "The military assistance package that the United States has generously agreed to provide Israel is not taken for granted and will help us shoulder the enormous defense burden that we face. It will enable Israel to better defend itself, by itself, against an attack. I feel great pride over this agreement. It's an unprecedented, historic agreement. The U.S. has never signed such a large agreement with any other country. This comes amid rough times on the American side, as their defense budget is tightening."
U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice hailed the deal as a "win-win" situation that will improve the security of both countries.
"We affirm today the unbreakable bond between the United States and Israel," she said. "Since 2009, the U.S. has provided almost $24 billion in military aid to Israel. We are proud that no other administration has done so much to enhance Israel's security. We can't know what will happen in the next 10 years, but we do know that the U.S. will always be there for the State of Israel and its people, today, tomorrow and for generations to come."
President Barack Obama issued a special statement after the deal was signed, stressing that it demonstrates the U.S.'s commitment to Israel's security in word and deed.
"Both Prime Minister Netanyahu and I are confident that the new MOU [memorandum of understanding] will make a significant contribution to Israel's security in what remains a dangerous neighborhood. The continued supply of the world's most advanced weapons technology will ensure that Israel has the ability to defend itself from all manner of threats," Obama said.
"It is because of this same commitment to Israel and its long-term security that we will also continue to press for a two-state solution to the longstanding Israeli-Palestinian conflict, despite the deeply troubling trends on the ground that undermine this goal. As I have emphasized previously, the only way for Israel to endure and thrive as a Jewish and democratic state is through the realization of an independent and viable Palestine.
"Ultimately, both this MOU and efforts to advance the two-state solution are motivated by the same core U.S. objective of ensuring that Israelis can live alongside their neighbors in peace and security."
According to a White House fact sheet, the deal includes annual payments of $3.3 billion in foreign military financing to Israel and $500 million a year for Israeli missile defense funding -- the first time this has been formally built into the aid package.
The funding will allow Israel to update most of its fighter aircraft, including purchasing additional F-35 fighter jets. Israel is scheduled to receive 33 F-35 aircraft, the first two of which will be delivered in December.
The deal also includes restrictions: Under the agreement, Israel's ability to spend part of the funds on Israeli military products will be phased out and eventually it will have to spend all of the money on American military industries. Israel's preference for spending some of the aid internally had been a major sticking point in the deal.