“US Tax Breaks Help Jewish Settlers In West Bank”

(The Internal Revenue Service would say only that groups can qualify if funds go to “charitable, religious and educational purposes”.

Records show money from the tax-exempt groups went to what they described as community development, immigrant absorption, health, education and welfare projects in the enclaves, whose presence Palestinians say cripples their society and economy.

In one example, when settlers took over a new building in the flashpoint city of Hebron last year, a tax-exempt New York organisation sprang into action to solicit funds for renovations to accommodate more families.)

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