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Why was it important that Israel was recognized by the United States and other nations?
A) it meant the other nations would supply Israel with economic aid
B) It meant the other nations agreed to trade with Israel
C) it meant the other nations would treat Israel as a legitimate state
D) it meant the other nations pledged to defend Israel in case of an attack*****

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  1. I don't like choice. Why would Palestine defend Israel?

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    bobpursley
  2. I am not sure I would go that far. Certainly being recognized by the US and others made Israel credible and harder to dismiss on the basis that it was stolen from the more recent inhabitants. However the commitment of military aid and defense is a step beyond just recognition.

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    Damon

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