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Jewish Herald-Voice (Houston) cites JReport on Israel’s QME, 2/25/10

Jewish Herald-Voice (Houston)
U.S. arms sales to Israel down, up to Arab states
By MICHAEL C. DUKE 25.FEB.10

U.S. arms sales to Israel down, up to Arab states Jerusalem has been keeping mum during a yearlong ban on weapon sales imposed by the United States, while, at the same time, the Obama administration has approved $10 billion in arms sales to Arab states, according to a report by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, cited by WorldTribune.com on Feb. 10.


Jewish Herald-Voice (Houston)
U.S. arms sales to Israel down, up to Arab states
By MICHAEL C. DUKE 25.FEB.10

U.S. arms sales to Israel down, up to Arab states Jerusalem has been keeping mum during a yearlong ban on weapon sales imposed by the United States, while, at the same time, the Obama administration has approved $10 billion in arms sales to Arab states, according to a report by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, cited by WorldTribune.com on Feb. 10.

According to JINSA, Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netan-yahu has kept silent over a virtual arms embargo by its staunchest ally; the Israeli government, also, has not protested against massive U.S. weapons sales to Israel’s Arab neighbors, which have eroded the Jewish state‚Äôs “qualitative military edge,” the report noted.

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