Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Saudi Arabia joins US boycott of Palestinians

From Reuters we get one illustration of why Israel would not be viable without the US/Zionist colonial structure that includes Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Jordan, Kuwait and others.
Palestinian officials have said Arab governments are to blame for the shortfall in the funding they need to fill a $970 million hole in their 2011 budget.

They are reluctant to name states but a review of sums paid by donors this year shows Saudi Arabia, a big contributor in recent years, has yet to offer any budgetary support.

Riyadh, a close U.S. ally, has donated some $620 million in budget support to the Palestinian Authority since 2008.
A democratic Republic of Arabia, or even one accountable to Arabs rather than to Barack Obama, with around $200 billion per year in oil revenue would both offer the Palestinians far more support than about $200 million per year when it actually gives and would not coordinate its support for Palestine with the Israel's patron, the United States.

For many reasons Israel would not be viable if the US/Zionist colonial structure was to lose even Saudi Arabia.

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