Thursday, May 26, 2011

What kind of friend is Obama?

A FALSE FRIEND CAN DO MORE DAMAGE THAN AN OPEN ENEMY.
Now Obama has found a new friendship (or is it) He has made the demand that negotiations over a future Palestinian state beginning with the statement that Israel will have to hand over all of the disputed territories acquired in a defensive war 44 years ago. Is the president again serving as chief negotiator for the Palestinians or is this just his Muslim traits finely coming out?
Obama made his unprecedented demands on Israel, suggesting that Israel has been reluctant to make peace. It's an interesting word choice. Far from the words that he used in his 2008 speech. You might say he is talking out both sides of his mouth! An supporter and friend (like yours truly) of the Israel could look at things a lot differently.
At the U.N., the General Assembly will vote in September on declaring the statehood of "Palestine." What then? Will Israel's efforts to disarm the Palestinians in Gaza be considered an act of war against a sovereign state?
And what of the Palestinians, with whom Israel would most probably be negotiating these "land swaps"? No person or no country cannot be expected, or given a demand to negotiate with" those "who do not recognize its right to exist." The Palestinian Authority and Hamas have just made a agreement, After the ceremony in Cairo, Mahmoud Abbas made known very clearly that Hamas had surrendered none of its extremism to get the deal: "It is not required of Hamas to recognize Israel. We will form a government that will not ask Hamas to recognize Israel. "Why has Obama chosen to make a public demand that Israel surrender its vital and necessary security, the barrier of land that safeguards them. That is rewarding Hamas and the Palestinians' constant and commitment to Israel's destruction. A false friend can do more damage than an open enemy. What kind of friend is Obama?
During the course of the Obama presidency he has claimed over and declare again to be a unwavering and committed friend to Israel. He certainly made that impression when he addressed the AIPAC conference in 2008.
"We know that we cannot relent, we cannot yield, and, as president, I will never compromise when it comes to Israel's security ... not when there are still voices that deny the Holocaust, not when there are terrorist groups and political leaders committed to Israel's destruction, not when there are maps across the Middle East that don't even acknowledge Israel's existence, and government-funded textbooks filled with hatred towards Jews, not when there are rockets raining down on Israel, and Israeli children have to take a deep breath and summon uncommon courage every time they board a bus or walk to school."
Obama went further. In the same speech, he stated that:
 "there is no room at the negotiating table for terrorist organizations." The president didn't touch on the matter of borders, but he did pledge that "Jerusalem will remain the capital of Israel, and it must remain undivided."
But since coming to office, Obama’s dealings and actions have been anything but friendly. He publicly demanded in 2009 that Israel stop all settlement building. By announcing American demands on Israel at the United Nations, (the sewer on the east end of New York), the seat of hostile, Israel-despising dictators and tyrants, the president betrayed his promise to stand by the only democracy in the Middle East and, also contributed to the impression of being a threat and danger toward Israel. Obama’s concept of friendship toward Israel was big enough to permit him to insult the nation's prime minister during a Washington just because Netanyahu had not agreed to stop building apartments for Jews in Jerusalem, and he instructed Hillary Clinton (secretary of state) to engage in a dressing down of Netanyahu for the same thing.

Now Obama has found a new friendship (or is it a new friendship) He has made the demand that negotiations over a future Palestinian state beginning with the statement that Israel will have to hand over all of the disputed territories acquired in a defensive war 44 years ago. Is the president again serving as chief negotiator for the Palestinians or is this just his Muslim traits finely coming out? A person can not talk out of both sides of their month! How can we trust this man about other matters?
Obama made his unprecedented demands on Israel, suggesting that Israel has been reluctant to make peace. It's an interesting word choice. Far from the words that he used in his 2008 speech. You might say he is talking out both sides of his mouth! A supporter and friend (like yours truly) of the Israel could look at things a lot differently.
At the U.N., the General Assembly will vote in September on declaring the statehood of "Palestine." What then? Will Israel's efforts to disarm the Palestinians in Gaza be considered an act of war against a sovereign state?
And what of the Palestinians, with whom Israel would most probably be negotiating these "land swaps"? No person or no country cannot be expected, or given a demand to negotiate with" those "who do not recognize its right to exist." The Palestinian Authority and Hamas have just made a agreement, After the ceremony in Cairo, Mahmoud Abbas made known very clearly that Hamas had surrendered none of its extremism to get the deal: "It is not required of Hamas to recognize Israel. We will form a government that will not ask Hamas to recognize Israel. "Why has Obama chosen to make a public demand that Israel surrender its vital and necessary security, the barrier of land that safeguards them. The answer is easy! He is siding with the Muslims (His true brothers and sisters)That is rewarding Hamas and the Palestinians' constant and commitment to Israel's destruction. A false friend can do more damage than an open enemy. What kind of friend is Obama?

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