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U.S. Assistance

Israel Requesting American Assistance in Financing New Checkpoints

Arutz Sheva
January 12, 2005

(IsraelNN.com) American sources report Israel is requesting American monetary assistance, $180 million, to finance the establishment of new checkpoints in areas between Israel and PA autonomous areas. The report adds that lobbying efforts among US congressmen has begun, seeking the partial funding for the project, which carries an estimated price tag of $450 million.

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