Thank you, Israel. This is another example of the American people reaping huge benefits from the U.S-Israel alliance. Anti-Israel bigots such as Bernie Sanders, and Rashida Tlaib, and Ilhan Omar seek to destroy this alliance at the behest of the Palestinian Authority: an anti-American and anti-Semitic terrorist organization. And how would the American people benefit from an American alliance with the Palestinian Authority? They wouldn’t. That is because despite receiving billions of dollars in aid from the United Nations, the Palestinian Authority has created absolutely nothing of value. Unless you consider jihad terror to be something of value.
The Coronavirus Pandemic: Israel Is America’s Friend In Deed
By United With Israel, April 8, 2020:
Rep. Rashida Tlaib and her fellow American detractors of Israel who claim that Israel does nothing but take from the US owe Israel an apology.
By Dr. Frank Musmar, BESA Center
The Israeli drug giant Teva has announced that 6 million doses of hydroxychloroquine will be delivered to US hospitals by March 31 and more than 4 million more will be delivered within a month.
“We are committed to helping to supply as many tablets as possible as demand for this treatment accelerates, at no cost,” Teva executive vice president Brendan O’Grady said.
Teva is the world’s leading generic drug manufacturer, employing 43,000 employees around the globe. In 2018, Teva produced 120 billion tablets, with one in nine generic prescriptions in the US containing the company’s products. Despite its global position, Teva says it has a unique understanding of local markets.
Many American detractors of Israel are giving a new airing to the myth that the Jewish state receives the lion’s share of US military aid. The suggestion conjures the demon of an all-powerful Israel lobby that has turned the US Congress into its pawn.
Rashida Tlaib and Minnesota Democrat Ilhan Omar, the first two Muslim women elected to Congress, are at the forefront of those detractors. President Donald Trump, along with many others, view Rep. Tlaib and her compatriots within the Democratic Party as anti-Semites, a perception they bolster by repeating the slander about Israel’s aid relationship with the US.
The reality is that the US’s alliance with Israel is based on two key factors: intelligence sharing and ideological unity, according to Michael Koplow, a Middle East analyst at the Israel Policy Forum. The Teva announcement is clear evidence of this ideological unity.
Hydroxychloroquine sulfate tablets were in short supply throughout March, according to a report by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Hospitals have been rushing to stockpile the decades-old antimalarial drug, which has been touted by President Trump and others as a possible treatment for the new coronavirus.
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