U.S. Lifts Embargo Against Palestine

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U.S. Lifts Embargo Against Palestine

The United States lifted sanctions against Palestine, and will resume sending aid to the country. What do you think?
  • "This will certainly anger and/or please Hamas and/or Fatah and inspire violence and/or peace in the region."

    Barry Dudley
    Carpet Cleaner
  • "Next, the U.S. should resume sending aid to our public schools, because a lot of people have no idea where or what Palestine is."

    Steven Jeczalik
    Paper Stacker
  • "Was I not supposed to be sending money to Palestine this whole time? Whoops. My mistake."

    Ann Langan
    Greens Tender