Q: Is it legal for our government to give billions of American taxpayers dollars to an illegally nuclear armed country.

Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons and refuses to allow inspections of their facilities and has not signed The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. Not to mention, this is a hostile nation that has attacked the US military killing hundreds of American service men with no repercussions. They openly use their intelligence agency to spy on American politicians on American soil. They bribe our politicians with campaign donations through their lobby. They acquired materials necessary for building nuclear weapons by stealing them from American nuclear facilities and smuggling them back to Israel. So my question is... Is it legal to send billions of taxpayers dollars to this hostile enemy state that is illegally nuclear armed?

1 Lawyer Answer
Andrellos Mitchell
Andrellos Mitchell
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A: The U.S. Government has been giving Isreal Billions of dollars in foreign aid for many years and getting little in return...so apparently it is legal.

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