American taxpayers fund $64.5M West Bank infrastructure projects

Creeping Sharia says we ought to "Expect more terrorist memorials and computer centers named after Islamic terrorists who kill Americans and our allies – as American taxpayers continue to send billions to our enemies. Obama has even asked Congress to allow U.S. ‘aid’ money to go directly to a terrorist Hamas ‘unity government’...":

(ReliefWeb)The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Palestinian Authority celebrated the completion of 5 rehabilitated roads, 4 new schools, and a water project in the Northern West Bank at an event held in Arrabeh in the Jenin Governorate on Thursday. The event, held under the auspices of Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, was attended by Minister of Public Works and Housing Mohammad Shtayeh, Minister of Planning Ali Jirbawi, U.S. Consul General Daniel Rubinstein, USAID Mission Director Howard Sumka, Governor of Jenin Kaddoura Mousa, Deputy Education Minister Mohammad Abu Zeid, and Deputy Head of the Palestinian Water Authority Khalil Ghabeesh, as well as municipal and community representatives. The new projects inaugurated in the Northern West Bank were designed and built in coordination with the Palestinian Authority and funded through USAID’s Infrastructure Needs Program, with a total cost of $31.8 million. This amount was part of the $64.5 million spent through the Infrastructure Needs Program to improve infrastructure in throughout the entire West Bank in 2009.

In 2010, USAID will invest another $153 million through the Infrastructure Needs Program for additional infrastructure development throughout the West Bank. The program will focus particularly on the construction of main and internal roads, creating connectivity between various Governorates. The program will also create new water supply projects which are expected to benefit nearly 1.4 million Palestinians.

USAID’s $300 million Infrastructure Needs Program was launched in October 2008 in cooperation with the Palestinian Authority to build Palestinian infrastructure and improve the economic conditions and well-being of Palestinian people.

Since 1994, USAID has provided more $2.9 billion in U.S. economic assistance to Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza via projects designed to reduce poverty, improve health and education, build infrastructure, create jobs, and promote democracy and good governance.
CS also points out that  Camera research indicates a direct correlation between increased aid to Palestine and increased homicides:



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