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  • Yes It is

    The fact that the 1st amendment says "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion." It's hard to get any more "establishment of religion" than trying to establish a separate homeland for certain members of a religion and funding it with tax dollars by other non-Jews you think?

  • Yes It is

    The fact that the 1st amendment says "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion." It's hard to get any more "establishment of religion" than trying to establish a separate homeland for certain members of a religion and funding it with tax dollars by other non-Jews you think?

  • What type of aid in question.

    Jewish Settlers....This is an indication that the Palestinians accepted the Jewish people fleeing prosecution from other countries. How many years have the Palestinians & Jewish settlers lived together as sisters & brothers?

    With propaganda & military support from the United States to the Jewish Settlers. Waging War (act of terrorism) against the Palestinians will never be considered unconstitutional.

  • Some of it is

    The Constitution makes violating our treaties unconstitutional. There are human rights treaties in the UN that go against some of the ways that Israel spends US money. To that extent it is unconstitutional. And I really don't have any thing else to say about that so I will just keep typing there.

  • No, it is not.

    America is well known for giving aid to many different countries for a large variety of different reasons. It would be unfair to exclude one country we are aiding and say it is unconstitutional while it was never said about the other countries we have helped or are helping. They are within rights to give aid.

  • No, it is not

    No, American aid to Israel is not unconstitutional. America aids a lot of countries-why should it be unconstitutional to help Israel? America has long been an ally of Israel, and Israel of America. People who think that aiding Israel is not constitutional are, perhaps, anti-Semitic. I say this because the issue does not come up regarding helping other nations.

  • No, it is not unconstitutional.

    No, it is not unconstitutional for America to provide aid to Israel.

    The Constitution, within its text, does not prevent the federal government from providing military or humanitarian aid to its allies. This question should not be questioned from a standpoint of whether or not it is constitutional, but whether or not it is globally responsible.

    Documents within the body of the United Nations should be referred to rather than the United States Constitution.


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