Originally Posted by Amnorix
I'm not terribly familiar with Israeli citizenship laws, but do they actually allow non-Jewish citizens? Seems....odd...
They allow palestinians and arabs to both live and work there.
Then they take the payroll taxes they collect from the palestinians who work there and give it to the PA that wants their destruckshun
They also collect taxes from the palestinians who use their ports and give it back to palestinians.
They collect customs duties and the "value-added tax" on imports that came through Israeli ports. If those imports end up in the Palestinian areas, Israel turns that money over to the PA.
Israel also sends back the value-added tax that Palestinians pay for Israeli goods, as well as any excise taxes that Palestinians have to pay for fuel, cigarettes, and alcohol.
The PA gets back more than three-quarters of the money withheld from the paychecks of Palestinians who work across the border.
Israel also provides electricity and telephone service to the Palestinians
They do this for peace and it doesn't work.