The benefit is a launching pad in the Middle East to pursue a Middle East oil control agenda.
The United States vetoes every single resolution in the United Nations Security Council condemning Israel.
We give them military equipment. We allow them to keep their nuclear stockpile. We use them as the attack dog, and vice versa, to fulfill agendas and
instigate or provoke a common enemy to create blow back, i.e. 9/11, to further control the energy supply and establish permanent military bases in the
The reasons for doing such a thing may be world dominance, or it may be to curb Chinese and Russian expansion and power.
I guess it all depends on your views of what is going on in the world.
It's quite obvious why the UN chose Palestine as the spot for Israel. It had nothing to do with this so called "Israeli right to the land". It can
be looked at in one of two ways: either they were fulfilling bible prophecy, or they were doing it to provoke the Middle East.
Either way, the alliance between the United States and Israel is not for "peaceful purposes".
The United States, in my opinion, is Israel's number one ally.
According to the "Jewish Virtual Library", up to 2006, the United States has given more than 96 billion dollars in foreign aid to Israel since 1949.
More than 60 billion of that is military aid.
So yes, there's a clear benefit to this alliance for both sides. If not for the US, Israel probably wouldn't be there today. If not for Israel, the
US probably wouldn't be as far along in it's Middle East agenda.
It's a self serving corrupt agenda for both sides that does wonders for both sides. Quite the happy marriage.