Yes! $1B aid for Israel.

Discussion in 'Politics' started by TorontoTrader2, Sep 3, 2008.


    The $ is going to Israel as per usual- surely you know that Georgian insurgents were funded and trained by Israel?
    And that Geogia has a Jewish president?

    All they know is bombs.

    The Proof from a mainstream Israeli web site is here:

    Surely your CNN, the "most trusted name in news" told this to you?

    Only the most delusional american could argue with these facts.


    Source: Haaretz Service
    Published: August 10, 2008 Author:
    For Education and Discussion Only. Not for Commercial Use.

    Jewish Georgian Minister Temur Yakobshvili on Sunday praised the Israel Defense Forces for its role in training Georgian troops and said Israel should be proud of its military might, in an interview with Army Radio.

    "Israel should be proud of its military which trained Georgian soldiers," Yakobashvili told Army Radio in Hebrew, referring to a private Israeli group Georgia had hired.

    Yakobashvili, Georgia's minister of reintegration, added that this training provided Georgia with the know-how needed to defend itself against Russian forces in the clashes which erupted last last week in the separatist region of South Ossetia

    $1b of Israeli investment at risk in Georgia
    There is concern that Israeli arms sales to Georgia may upset the Russians.
  2. W4rl0ck


    It would make more sense to just have Israel bill us.

    "Hey Honey, here's the Israel bill again. Do you want to pay that before the utilities?"
  3. 17 Georgians wounded in Caucasus war to be treated in Israel

    Israel's humanitarian aid to war-ridden Georgia continues, as it flies seriously injured men, women in for medical treatment in leading hospitals

    Meital Yasur-Beit Or Published: 09.03.08, 08:14 / Israel News,7340,L-3591396,00.html

    Seventeen Georgian citizens, who suffered severe injuries in the recent armed conflict between Russia and Georgia arrived in Israel on Tuesday night, in order to receive medical treatment.

    The wounded are categorized as suffering serious injuries, with most presenting sever head, chest and abdomen wounds.

    More than 10 ambulances were waiting in the Ben-Gurion International Airport on Tuesday, as the wounded arrived. Five were taken to Chaim Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer, and the rest were admitted to Jerusalem's Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Kfar Saba's Meir Hospital, the Rabin Medical Center in Petah Tikva, Rehovot's Kaplan Medical, Haemek Medical Center in Afula and the Soroka University Medical Center in Beersheba.

    Three more arrivals are scheduled to be admitted to the Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital in Jerusalem next week.

    Magen David Adom Chairman Eli Bin told Ynet that as a member of the International Red Cross, MDA sees its mission to help those wounded in the Caucasus conflict as a top priority.
  4. Isreal treats Palestinians in their hospitals as well.