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Palestinians say Jerusalem 'not for sale' after Trump aid threat

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By Ahmad GHARABLI

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Trump expects gratitude for double-dealing and betrayal?

He did get a lot of gratitude from the Israelis.

The United States has never been an honest broker between Israel and Palestine, and under Trump the situation has only worsened.

Dunno, the relationship between Obama and Bibi were a bit more than frosty...

Trump the bully has found a soulmate in Netanyahu the bully. The Palestinians and the world can expect nothing good from two bullies.

As if the Iran deal wasn't undermining or bullying, let alone a full on train wreck of a disaster.

Israel is always claiming it's the only democracy in the Middle East, it's about time it started acting like one.

Has nothing to do with this issue.

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Would like to know how much does Israel receive in aid from US. Definitely more than $319 million.

At least $3.8 billion a year.

https://fas.org/sgp/crs/mideast/RL33222.pdf

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Would like to know how much does Israel receive in aid from US. Definitely more than $319 million.

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The US should cut the Israelis off to get them to the negotiation table,or to stop confiscating more Palestinian lands through settlements or to get them to stop human rights abuses against the Palestinians.

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Trump expects gratitude for double-dealing and betrayal? The United States has never been an honest broker between Israel and Palestine, and under Trump the situation has only worsened. Trump the bully has found a soulmate in Netanyahu the bully. The Palestinians and the world can expect nothing good from two bullies.

Israel is always claiming it's the only democracy in the Middle East, it's about time it started acting like one.

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