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Old 02-02-2013, 04:03 PM   #17
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Jesus Christ.

At least link the article you're directly stealing from and passing off as your own thoughts.

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Originally Posted by ForeverChiefs58 View Post
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.
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Israel continued to collect customs duties and the "value-added tax" on imports that came through Israeli ports. But if those imports ended up in the Palestinian areas, Israel would have to turn that money over to the PA. Israel is also supposed to send 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.
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The amount of the transfer varies from month to month, depending on how much the Palestinians happened to buy or import. Payments tend to be about $50 million, which covers around half of the Palestinian Authority's total operating expenses. I think that sounds really good, for such poor people.

Israel has decided to cut off the tax transfers several times over the past decade. Benjamin Netanyahu was the first to use the sanction, after a series of deadly suicide bombings in the summer of 1997. The Israelis stopped the transfers again with the start of the intifada in 2000; they withheld the Palestinian tax revenue for two years.
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Originally Posted by the article, circa 2006
The amount of the transfer varies from month to month, depending on how much the Palestinians happened to buy or import. Payments tend to be about $50 million, which covers around half of the Palestinian Authority's total operating expenses.

Israel has decided to cut off the tax transfers several times over the past decade. Benjamin Netanyahu was the first to use the sanction, after a series of deadly suicide bombings in the summer of 1997. The Israelis stopped the transfers again with the start of the intifada in 2000; they withheld the Palestinian tax revenue for two years.
http://www.slate.com/articles/news_a...estinians.html

Your information is over half a decade out of date, moron. Israel has imposed various sanctions against Palestine since.

Normally I don't give a shit about what you say, since you're a fanatic, and the blatant plagiarizing of out of date articles to make yourself not sound like you foam at the mouth is one of a couple reasons why.

But we both know this is not the first time you've done it, and we both know most folks don't catch on when you do it.
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