Chapter 14: U.S. Middle East Policy
The creation of Israel resulted solely from U.S. pressure.
The United States favored Israel over the Arabs in 1948 because of the Jewish lobby.
The United States and Israel have nothing in common.
Most Americans oppose a close U.S. relationship with Israel.
U.S. policy has always been hostile toward the Arabs.
The United States always supports Israel.
The U.S. has always ensured Israel would have a qualitative military edge over the Arabs.
U.S. aid to the Middle East has always been one--sided in favor of Israel.
Israel doesn’t need U.S. military assistance.
U.S. aid subsidizes Israeli defense contractors at the expense of American industry.
Israel has no strategic value to the United States.
The attacks on 9/11 were a consequence of U.S. support for Israel.
The United States has the formula to achieve peace between Israelis and Palestinians.