U.S. Military Funding to Israel Map
Every year, the U.S. government writes Israel a blank check for at least $3.8 billion to fund Israel’s violence against the Palestinian people. The Israeli military then uses your tax dollars to kill Palestinian people, destroy their homes, and steal their native land, in violation of U.S. laws.
How much of this annual $3.8 billion in military funding do people in your city pay through federal tax dollars? What community needs could be funded instead? Find out below on our interactive map.
How To Use the U.S. Military Funding to Israel Map
First, type in your city or state. When you do, you’ll see the total estimated funds the U.S. sends to the Israeli military from taxpayers in your area. The graphic will also update, showing what needs could be funded for the future of your local community instead. Imagine what your community could look like if the U.S. government funded healthcare, education, and housing instead of systems of violence.
To share on social media, click “Take Action” and then “Share Now.” A copy of this graphic will be downloaded as an image on your computer, which you can then post on social media. Share the graphic for your city or state with the hashtag #StopArmingIsrael.
For example, here’s what the graphic for Washington DC looks like:
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The average individual taxpayer gives $25.25 in weapons to Israel each year.
You can offset your share by giving $25.25 today to help us continue mobilizing to end U.S. military funding of Israel’s violence against the Palestinian people.
Tell your member of Congress to end U.S. military funding to Israel!
The weapons Israel uses to kill and injure Palestinian people are funded by our taxpayer money. Demand your representative take action to end U.S. military funding to Israel.
A special thanks to former Government Affairs Fellow Casey Paskus and BDSList.org for their invaluable assistance in creating this resource. Interested in how we get these numbers? See our methodology.