President Obama cannot exit the White House fast enough for Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The problem is, our feckless president still has another 20 days in office and one has a feeling that Obama’s attempts to eviscerate Israel for the Islamic Palestinian settlement are not finished.
It began last week when the United States, on Obama’s orders, refused to veto an anti-Semitic United Nations Security Council resolution that condemned Israel’s settlements on the West Bank.
The resolution passed with 14 votes, with US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, raising her hand to abstain. Afterward, there was thunderous applause in the chamber which epitomized the years of antagonism between Netanyahu’s government and Obama’s anti-Israel administration.
“Our vote today does not in any way diminish the United States’ steadfast and unparalleled commitment to the security of Israel,” Power said.
Nevermind that the resolution essentially declares the holiest spots in Judaism, the Temple Mount and the West Wall, sovereign Muslim territory, and says that all Jews living outside of pre-1967 lines are illegal residents on sovereign Muslim territory.
Nevermind that while the resolution condemned Israeli settlements as ‘illegal’ and obstacles to peace, the fact that the European Union has been funding the building of Palestinian settlements in the disputed territories somehow was not even mentioned, let alone condemned as illegal, or an obstacle to peace.
Nevermind that Obama’s betrayal was on behalf of a dubious Palestinian government comprised of three terrorist groups – Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and the Palestinian Authority.
None of that concerned John Kerry Wednesday when he blathered on for 73 minutes in a deceitful policy speech that was filled with lies, inaccuracies, and omissions. For example, he failed to mention the repeated offers from Israel to end the occupation and settlements and
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