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Monday, February 02, 2015

Livni-Herzog campaign being financed by 'Palestinian-Americans'

This should tell you all you need to know about the ideology and financing behind the effort to unseat Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. Yes, it's being run by Barack Hussein Obama's Presidential campaign. But it's being paid for by 'Palestinian-Americans.' This came by email from Ronn Torossian.
A review of tax filings finds that One Voice paid $96,000 in 2011 to Howard Sumka.
Sumka was instrumental in providing “$1 million in American funding to a Hamas-run university in the Gaza Strip…” when he served as West Bank and Gaza Mission Director for US Aid.
Similarly, by reviewing the organization’s 990 tax filings, there are annual donations to The American Task Force on Palestine.
Very few Israelis would choose shared ideology with the American Task Force On Palestine, whose mission includes “An end to the Israeli occupation and the evacuation of all Israeli settlements”, and “A just solution for the Palestinian refugee problem, in accordance with international legality and the relevant UN resolutions.”
An executive board member of One Voice is Samer Hamadeh, who told Bloomberg in 2008 that "I grew up in Fresno, Calif., I went to Stanford, my parents left Palestine when they were kids and never looked back. I didn't realize that I was Palestinian until my teens and not really what that meant until after 9/11.…”
Do prospective voters in Israel of “The Zionist Camp” identify with ideological backing from Hamadeh? One thinks that his ideology is most likely not in line with the mainstream voters that Issac Herzog and Tzipi Livni are chasing.
Well, maybe. But Sumka and Hamdeh definitely appear to be in line with Livni's and Herzog's ideology. And those 'mainstream voters' aren't sophisticated enough to know the difference, because they likely get their news from the likes of Haaretz and Yediot (YNet's Hebrew side).

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