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Unequivocally support Israel's qualitative military edge

Since its founding more than 60 years ago, Israel and the United States have been steadfast, trusted, and reliable allies. I unequivocally support the right of a Jewish, democratic state of Israel to exist, and to be safe and secure. The U.S.-Israel relationship is rooted in shared values and common interests, based on a commitment to liberty, pluralism, and the rule of law. These values transcend time, and they are the basis of our unbreakable bond.

To me, it is a moral imperative to support and defend Israel, and I am committed to ensuring its long-term security by maintaining its qualitative military edge. Israel must be able to defend itself from the serious threats it faces from terrorist organizations to hostile states, including Iran, Hamas, Hezbollah, and others.

Source: 2016 Veepstakes: campaign website ElizabethWarren.com , Jul 2, 2016

No UN membership for Palestine until two-state solution

I am a strong proponent of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which I believe to be in the interest of Israel and the United States, with a Jewish, democratic state of Israel and a state for the Palestinian people. The U.S. can and should play an active role in promoting a diplomatic resolution to the conflict that is agreed to by the parties, but I do not believe that a lasting peace can be imposed from the outside or that either party should take unilateral steps--such as the Palestinians' application for UN membership--that move the parties further away from negotiations.
Source: 2016 Veepstakes: campaign website ElizabethWarren.com , Jul 2, 2016

Military action that kill civilians may create radicalism

Do we talk about the price our nation, built on the foundation of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, may pay if others come to believe that we are indifferent to the deaths of civilians? The failure to make civilian casualties a full and robust part of our national conversation over the use of force is dangerous--dangerous because of the impression that it gives the world about our country, and dangerous because of how it affects the decisions that we make as a country.
Source: Huffington Post on 2016 Veepstakes: "National Security" ,

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