Like we'll ever see any of this money

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    At best, we could end up spending even more than this in rebuilding efforts after we turn them into rubble


     
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    No kidding! And when will the US pay Iran, Iraq, Grenada, African nations and etc. for families killed during US invasions?
     
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    Didn't realize a federal judge was so delusional he thought he had jurisdiction in a foreign nation.
     
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    Delusional judge and delusional American public, if they aren't at least aware that Israel could have prevented or minimized the US marines deaths.

    “... the Mossad knew that ... there were only a few logical targets, one of which must be the U.S. compound. The question then was whether or not to warn the Americans to be on particular alert for a truck matching the description.

    “The decision was too important to be taken in the Beirut station, so it was passed along to Tel Aviv, where [Nahum] Admony, then head of Mossad, decided they would simply give the Americans the usual general warning, a vague notice that they had reason to believe someone might be planning an operation against them. But this was so general, and so commonplace, it was ... unlikely to raise any particular alarm or prompt increased security precautions. ... One more would not heighten U.S. concerns or surveillance.

    “Admony, in refusing to give the Americans specific information on the truck, said ‘... we’re not there to protect Americans. They’re a big country. Send only the regular information.’

    “At the same time, however, all Israeli installations were given the specific details and warned to watch for a truck matching the description of the Mercedes.

    “At 6:20 a.m. on October 23, 1983, a large Mercedes truck approached the Beirut airport, passing well within sight of Israeli sentries in their nearby base, going through a Lebanese army checkpoint, and turning left into the parking lot. A U.S. Marine guard reported with alarm that the truck was gathering speed, but before he could do anything, the truck roared toward the entrance of the four-story reinforced concrete Aviation Safety Building, used as headquarters for the Eighth Marine Battalion, crashing through a wrought-iron gate, hitting the sand-bagged guard post, smashing through another barrier, and ramming over a wall of sandbags into the lobby, exploding with such terrific force that the building was instantly reduced to rubble.

    A few minutes later another truck smashes into the French compound two miles away, killing 58 French soldiers. Mr. Ostrovsky continues:

    “Within days, the Israelis passed along to the CIA the names of 13 people who they said were connected to the bombing ..., a list including Syrian intelligence, Iranians in Damascus, and Shi’ite Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah.

    “At Mossad headquarters, there was a sigh of relief that it wasn’t us who got hit. It was seen as a small incident so far as the Mossad was concerned – that we had stumbled over it [that is, onto it in advance] and wouldn’t tell anybody. The problem was if we had leaked information and it was traced back, our informant would have been killed. The next time, we wouldn’t know if we were on the hit list.

    “The general attitude about the Americans was: ‘Hey, they wanted to stick their nose into this Lebanon thing, let them pay the price.’

    “For me, it was the first time I had received a major rebuke from my Mossad superior ... . I said at the time that the American soldiers killed in Beirut would be on our minds longer than our own casualties because they’d come in with good faith, to help us get out of this mess we’d created. I was told ‘Just shut up. You’re talking out of your league. We’re giving the Americans much more than they’re giving us.’ They always said that, but it’s not true. So much of Israeli equipment was American, and the Mossad owed them a lot.”

    Israel is our ally in the Middle East.
    This is our ally?


    [ame=http://www.amazon.com/By-Way-Deception-Making-officer/dp/0971759502]Amazon.com: By Way of Deception: The Making of a Mossad officer (9780971759503): Victor Ostrovsky: Books[/ame]
     
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    Tell your buddy, Akmenijad, to file a counter-suit
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