Religious leaders: Reevaluate US military aid to Israel

By JTA
October 10, 2012 11:52

 
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Fifteen leaders of US churches and other faith-based organizations have asked Congress to reevaluate US military aid to Israel.

The religious leaders sent a letter to Congress members on Monday, calling for an investigation into possible violations by Israel of the US Foreign Assistance Act and the US Arms Export Control Act, which would make Israel ineligible for US military aid.

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