Ending the 'occupation' means more terror and more spending

The Left's claim that "ending the occupation" will strengthen Israel's economy is misguided: so far Israeli efforts toward that end have led to increased terror and increased spending.

August 15, 2011 17:39
Settlers clash with protesters on Rothschild

Settlers clash with protesters on Rothschild 311. (photo credit: Ben Hartman)


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Ever since the tent protests began, veteran leftists have tried to hitch a ride by arguing that only ending “the occupation” can free up the funds needed to satisfy protesters’ demands. There’s only one problem with this claim: The experience of the last 18 years proves it totally false.

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