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U.S. Blasts Netanyahu, But Offers More Aid

The U.S. is speaking out of both sides of its mouth about Israel. Americans are right to be confused and angry about it.

On the one hand, Chuck Schumer, Democratic leader in the Senate and the most senior Jewish official in Washington, blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calling him an “obstacle to peace” who was weakening his country’s “political and moral fabric.” President Biden endorsed this as a “good speech.”

But at the same time, the U.S. is considering giving Israel even more aid in order to “reduce civilian casualties.” In a report from ABC News, an unnamed U.S. official said that ““it’s possible additional aid — not less — would be offered as an incentive” to reduce civilian casualties.

More weapons in order to kill less? How do you figure that works?

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