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A journalist at the State Department briefing asked whether the U.S. should deduct 100$ from the money it gives Israel to pay for the bicycle of a girl which was taken away by an Israeli soldier. Can anyone search the archives to see whether a journalist asked if money should be deducted from what the U.S. gives the Palestinian authority as compensation for the lives of the two Israelis brutally lynched at a police station in Ramallah in 2000?
"Last week, an Israeli soldier in the occupied city of Hebron roughed up a little Palestinian girl on a bicycle, and then he took her bike and destroyed it. My question to you is very simple: Should Israel compensate this little girl for the bicycle? Very simple."
Where in the video did he rough her up?
The Khan story reminds me of the food stamp fraud stories that so intrigued me
CNN has an article about Khizr Khan.
According to the website for his law offices, based in New York City,....
The contact number for Khan's office is a D.C.-based number, and as of Tuesday morning, it directs to an automatic voice-messaging system.
The link to the website in the CNN article directs you to a site that has been deleted. Well he stands in good stead with other politicians who have had issues with deletions and this act may well be the starting point to a career in politics. - 'Yes We Khan'? Fundraiser Started to Get Khizr Khan to Run for Virginia Legislature
J Street has a request.
"We are asking J Street supporters to urge Secretary of State John Kerry to intervene with the Israeli government on behalf of residents of the Palestinian West Bank village of Susya, who face imminent demolition of their homes by the Israeli Army."
Here is a 2015 INN article about the village. You decide.