Ron Paul on Gaza Violence: Blowback for Jerusalem?

As President Trump’s daughter and son-in-law were celebrating the US embassy’s move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, dozens of Palestinian protesters were being shot dead in Gaza protesting the move. Supporters of the embassy move say it will bring a new era of peace to the longstanding conflict between Israel and Palestine, but it’s hard to see their rosy predictions coming to pass. In fact, yesterday’s violence seems to be a classic case of blowback from a wrong-headed US foreign policy move. Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

4 thoughts on “Ron Paul on Gaza Violence: Blowback for Jerusalem?”

  1. Superstitious ? What if we removed the statue and replaced the Roman goddess “Libertas” with a huge placard bearing the Ten Commandments or at least with the Thou Shalt Not Kill command. We claim to be a nation under God, why not let France have her statue back.?

  2. As long as Israel knows that the U.S. will support and have its back in whatever it does in the ME, especially in regards to the Palestanian question nothing will ever change and thats the sad cold truth. Israel has the power of America behind her, with an attitude of the rest of the world be damned.

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