Okay, first, you’re mentioning four different countries in different contexts here (Pakistan is receiving roughly the same amount of aid as Israel, but India’s population is 100 times Israel’s, so Israel is receiving 100 times more aid than India per capita. Which would be a good point, except you’ve never told us how much aid India has received over that time period. And having these claims sourced would be nice, so that they can be fact-checked. And then you post an article about Palestine which somehow relates to your point).
And then, from the article:
The Palestinian Authority’s use of American taxpayer dollars to fund terrorists and their families
Okay, that’s an interesting story. Can you tell us about that? It’s an easy point to make once you’ve established that that’s what they’re doing to say, “We should stop giving them money,” but first you have to establish to us that that’s what’s happening.
The article you link just states that it’s happening in a matter-of-fact way, but gives no proof of it: can you show us what proof there is of this actually happening?
First, if you’re complaining specifically about Palestine, all evidence is that they do need the aid. They may not be using the aid responsibly when they get it, but:
In 2008, the West Bank and Gaza economies were heavily reliant on foreign aid which stood at 1.8 billion. Approximately 30% of the GDP, or US$487 per Palestinian per year came from aid. Foreign aid provided essential services for nearly half of the Palestinian people, and allowed the Palestinian Authority to operate and pay its estimated 140,000 employees. [Source]
As for foreign aid in general, I am much more concerned about military spending, as compared to foreign aid spending:
By comparison to that 16% on the budget devoted to “Defense” spending, “less than 1% of the national budget goes to foreign assistance.” [Source]