The US government have disclosed that $3.1 billion of American taxpayers’ money went to Israel in 2014, which is around half of the entire US foreign military aid budget for that year.
The total budget for 2014 was $5.9 billion, with Egypt the second highest recipient having received $1.3 billion.
Despite Israel’s procurement of $6.2 billion in total annual aid from the US, the Zionist regime is seeking a new 10-year agreement worth $5 billion in annual military aid with Washington.
This is a significant increase from the $3.1 billion it has received yearly since a 2007 agreement with the George W. Bush administration that expires in 2017.
The aid package is separate from the annual US funding of nearly $500 million which is spent on Israel’s missile programs in recent years. It is also on top of US warfare equipment held in Israel, valued at $1.2 billion.
US military assistance to Israel has amounted to $124.3 billion since it began in 1962, according to a recent congressional report.