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Americans Divided Over Israeli Attacks On Gaza Strip


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Tags: National Security, Foreign Relations

From Rasmussen Reports

  • Forty-four percent (44%) say Israel should have taken military action against the Palestinians, but 41% say it should have tried to find a diplomatic solution to the problems there, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.
  • Fifty-six percent (56%) of men support Israel's military action, compared to 34% of women.
  • Sixty-two percent (62%) of Republicans back Israel's decision to take military action against the Palestinians, but only half as many Democrats (31%) agree.

» Commentary by Kris Lazaro (registered Democrat)

In a recent telephone poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports, Americans are divided regarding the recent attacks on the Gaza Strip by the Israeli government. Forty-four percent agree with the military action, while forty-one percent disagree.

While the US government is a solid supporter of Israel, this recent barrage of attacks may prompt the new adminstration to shift its stand on the subject. Many thought there should have been a diplomatic approach to the situation.

To this author, this subject has been quite contentious. While the Israeli government has a right to protect itself from military advances, it does not have a right to blatantly target 'soft' targets and the like. It seems like Israel is using a free pass to bomb the Palestines and to that end, this military action is uncalled for.

President-elect Obama needs to stifle further military action in the region and establish himself as a diplomat.

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