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This week we are looking at Israel, and especially President Obama’s doctrine concerning Israel. We are seeing the weakening of the United States’ support for Israel and we are seeing his administration bullying Israel into policies that Obama wants, even when they are hurtful to Israel. Tomorrow we will dissect the first speech that Obama made on foreign soil.
The President’s speech in 2009 at Cairo University in Egypt spelled out the Obama doctrine on Israel. Most of what he said was missed my most people.
Before dissect Obama’s Cairo speech I want to look at what Secretary of State, John Kerry, had to say at the Trilateral Commission. He was caught saying that Israel has become an apartheid state. Some lawmakers criticized him for this and he started backing off this statement. Here is what he said:
A two state solution is will be clearly underscored as the only real alternative because a unitary state winds up either being an apartheid with second class citizens or ends up being a state that destroys the capacity of Israel to be a Jewish state.
When he is talking about the apartheid state with second class citizens he is talking about Israel. This tells us a lot about the mindset and thinking of this administration. In our newsletter of June 7, 2014 we cover how Israel has been told by this administration that if they don’t bow to Obama’s wishes they will work to incite intifada against them.
Listen to a clip of the President telling Israel that the only way they can have peace is to return to the 1967 borders.
We know how well giving up land for peace has worked in the past.
Did you hear the end of what he said? He said that Israel must have the right to defend itself by itself. He is saying that Israel can no longer depend on America in its battle for existence. It is already shocking enough that Obama expects Israel to go back to the 1967 borders, but to state that it must do it by itself is even more shocking.
Netanyahu responded like a statesman. In a grand way he told Obama to go jump in the lake.
The 1967 borders would make Israel only nine miles wide and put the Arabs is strategic locations making Israel vulnerable.
Giving land for peace in the past has not worked, what makes anyone thing it will work if they do it again? In spite of this, Israel is constantly pressured by the Obama administration to do it again.
Lets look at what this administration did with the nuclear negotiations this past November. We gave everything to Iran and the Iranians said they had won in the negotiations. The current negotiation with Iran are going no better than the last ones. The administration has extended the deadline that was to be tomorrow, July 20th, until next November. It seems that each time America is involve in negotiation on Islamic issues, America comes down on the side of the Islamists. This is seen especially if Israel and its security is involved. According to Politico John Kerry told Israel to butt out if the negotiations and save his critic until after the deal has been inked.
This is especially serious when we remember that Iran wants to destroy Israel. Iran getting nuclear weapons is of the utmost interest to Israel, their very existence may depend upon it.
Lets get back to the Cairo speech. In 2009 he went the most well respected Islamic university in the world which is in Egypt. This is the Harvard of the Islamic world. On the same trip he shared something with the Egyptian Foreign Minister in confidence that the Foreign Minister shared on Egyptian TV.
The American President told me he is a Muslim. He asked the Muslim world to show patience. He promised that once he overcame some domestic problems that he would show the Muslim world what he would do with Israel.
This bit of information has bee lost to the memories of Americans. It explains his attitude toward Israel.
You can get the transcript of the 2009 speech had Cairo University on the White House website.
We will look at some of the things he said in the next segment
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