President Trump’s national security strategy – as enunciated on December 18, 2017 – reflects a realistic assessment of clear and present threats to the US, rejecting the politically-correct worldview of the foreign policy establishment, which has been crashed, repeatedly, against the rocks of reality. It provides a prescription for the enhancement of the flourishing, mutually-beneficial US-Israel relationship.
President Trump should cut/suspend/terminate foreign aid to the Palestinian Authority and UNRWA, since they have undermined US values and national security interests, by abusing US foreign aid to promote hate-education and terrorism. President Trump should follow in the footsteps of effective and moral law-enforcement and homeland security authorities, who sustain and intensify their pursuit of criminals and terrorists, in defiance of the latter’s threats to escalate rogue operations.
Trump’s decision to cut US foreign aid to Palestinians/UNRWA may reflect realization that the Palestinians have systematically sided with anti-US regimes such as Nazi Germany, the Soviet Bloc, the Ayatollahs, Saddam Hussein, Bin Laden, N. Korea, Cuba, etc: https://t.co/1w95LxVuwp
הודעת הנשיא טראמפ על קיצוץ/השעיית/הפסקת סיוע פיננסי לפלשתינים ואונר"א מייצגת החלטה להימנע משגיאות קודמיו, שתמכו ב- ולא התנגדו ל- משטר טרור וחינוך לשנאה, ובכך הוסיפו שמן למדורה. האם רשויות חוק נרתעות ממלחמה בפשע ובטרור פן תביא להחרפת פשע וטרור?!
President Trump's statement on cutting/ending foreign aid to the Palestinians and UNRAW reflects a decision to avoid - rather than repeat - past failed policies, which intensified Palestinian terrorism and hate-education and undermined the pursuit of peace.
President Trump's position on Jerusaelm and the Palestinian issue reflects his assessment of America's - not Israel's - interest, the regional and global - not surgical - context. Appeasing rogue elements undermines US interests.
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