Obama Against Israel


The American people who love God & Jesus  love Israel & Jerusalem,

and the ground on which Jesus & the disciples as well as other

people who lived for God and served God lived & obeyed God. 

There is no doubt that this land is Holy! America defends Israel

& Jerusalem as well as other countries.


But we now have a president who is not looking out for

Israel but himself,he has an agenda to bring all nations together.

But the people of America do not have these same ideals.


His way is not the American way! By no! means!




 Obama refuses to help Israel with weapons

& also trys to tell them what to do..

Obama hands over Billions of dollars

 in weapons to Saudi Arabia...



Israel Leader on track-Do not trust Obama!



Leave Israel alone devils! Shut up! Hillary!




1. Obama’s humiliation of Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House

In March, the Israeli Prime Minister was humiliated by Barack Obama when he visited

Washington. As The Telegraph reported, “Benjamin Netanyahu was left to stew in a

White House meeting room for over an hour after President Barack Obama abruptly

 walked out of tense talks to have supper with his family”



This is no way to treat America’s closest ally in the Middle East, and a true friend

 of the United States. I very much doubt that even third world tyrants would be

received in such a rude fashion by the president. In fact, they would probably be

 warmly welcomed by the Obama White House as part of its “engagement” strategy,

 while the leaders of Britain and Israel are frequently met with arrogant disdain.


2. Engaging Iran when Tehran threatens a nuclear Holocaust against Israel

In contrast to its very public humiliation of close ally Israel, the Obama administration

has gone out of its way to establish a better relationship with the genocidal regime of

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, which continues to threaten Israel’s very existence.


It has

taken almost every opportunity to appease Tehran since it came to office, and

 has been extremely slow to respond to massive human rights violations by the

Iranian regime, including the beating, rape and murder of pro-democracy protesters.


3. Drawing a parallel between Jewish suffering in the Holocaust with

the current plight of the Palestinians


In his Cairo speech to the Muslim world, President Obama condemned Holocaust

denial in the Middle East, but compared the murder of six million Jews during World

 War Two to the “occupation” of the Palestinian territories, in a disturbing

example of moral equivalence:


“On the other hand, it is also undeniable that the Palestinian people –

Muslims and Christians – have suffered in pursuit of a homeland.

For more than sixty years they have endured the pain of dislocation.

Many wait in refugee camps in the West Bank, Gaza, and neighboring

 lands for a life of peace and security that they have never been able to lead.

They endure the daily humiliations – large and small – that come with occupation.

So let there be no doubt: the situation for the Palestinian people is intolerable.

America will not turn our backs on the legitimate Palestinian aspiration

for dignity, opportunity, and a state of their own.”



4. Obama’s attack on Israeli “occupation” in his speech to the United Nations

In his appalling speech to the UN General Assembly last September,

President Obama dedicated five paragraphs to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,

 without once referring directly to Palestinian terrorism by name,

but declaring to loud applause “America does not accept the legitimacy

 of continued Israeli settlements.” He also lambasted the Israeli “occupation”

, and drew a connection between rocket attacks on Israeli civilians with living

 conditions in Gaza. The speech served as a ghastly PR exercise

 aimed at appeasing anti-Israel sentiment in the Middle East, while bashing the Israelis over the head.



5. Obama’s accusation that Israel is the cause of instability in the Middle East

As The Wall Street Journal noted, “the Obama Administration seems increasingly

 of the view that Israel is the primary cause of instability in the Middle East”,

citing a recent press conference where he stated:



“It is a vital national security interest of the United States to reduce these

 conflicts because whether we like it or not, we remain a dominant military

 superpower, and when conflicts break out, one way or another we get

 pulled into them. And that ends up costing us significantly in terms of both blood and treasure.”



6. The Obama administration’s establishment of diplomatic relations with Syria

While actively appeasing Iran, the Obama administration has also sought to develop

 closer ties with the other main state sponsor of terrorism in the Middle East, Syria,

 establishing diplomatic relations with Damascus in February. Syria remains a major

backer of Hamas and Hizbollah, both responsible for a large number of terrorist attacks against Israel.



7. Hillary Clinton’s 43-minute phone call berating Netanyahu


As The Telegraph reported, Hillary Clinton sought to dictate terms to Israel in

 the wake of Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Jerusalem:

“In a telephone call, Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, ordered

Mr. Netanyahu to reverse a decision to build 1,600 homes for Israeli

settlers in occupied East Jerusalem that sparked the diplomatic row.


She also instructed him to issue a formal pledge that peace talks would focus

 on core issues such as the future of Jerusalem and the borders of a Palestinian state.

 In addition, the Israeli prime minister was urged to make a substantial confidence-

building gesture to the Palestinians.


 Mrs. Clinton suggested this could take the form

of prisoner releases, an easing of the blockade of Gaza and the transfer of greater

territory in the West Bank to Palestinian control.



Last time I checked, Israel was still an independent country, and not a colonial

dependency of the Obama White House. Yet that still hasn’t stopped the

Secretary of State from acting like an imperial Viceroy.



8. David Axelrod’s attack on Israeli settlements on “Meet the Press”


It is extremely unusual for a White House official to launch an attack on a close

 US ally on live television, but this is exactly what

the President’s Senior Adviser David Axelrod did in

 an interview in March with NBC’s Meet the Press, designed to cause

maximum humiliation to Israel, where he stated in reference to

new settlement construction in East Jerusalem:



“This was an affront, it was an insult but most importantly it

undermined this very fragile effort to bring peace to that region.

For this announcement to come at that time was very destructive.”


9. Hillary Clinton’s call on Israel to show “respect”


As The Telegraph revealed, the Secretary of State lectured the Israelis at a dinner

attended by the Israeli ambassador and the ambassadors of

 several Arab states in mid-April, urging Israel to “refrain from

 unilateral statements” that could “undermine trust or

risk prejudicing the outcome of talks”.


 In Clinton’s words:

“Prime Minister [Benjamin] Netanyahu has embraced the

 vision of the two-state solution. But easing up on access and

 movement in the West Bank, in response to credible Palestinian security performance,

 is not sufficient to prove to the Palestinians that this embrace is sincere.


We encourage Israel to continue building momentum toward a

 comprehensive peace by demonstrating respect for the legitimate

 aspirations of the Palestinians, stopping settlement activity and

addressing the humanitarian needs in Gaza.”


10. Robert Gibbs’ disparaging remarks about Israel


Not one to shy away from criticizing America’s friends when the opportunity arises,

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs entered the fray

in an interview on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace in March

where he attacked the Israeli government for weakening

“the trust that’s needed for both sides to come together

 and have honest discussions about peace in the Middle East.”



In condescending terms he stated that Benjamin Netanyahu should start

“coming to the table with constructive ideas for constructive

 and trustful dialogue about moving the peace process forward.”


 Calvary or Golgotha. This Greek Orthodox chapel is built around what

 is believed to be the Rock of Calvary on which Christ was crucfied.

The rock can be viewed under glass on either side of the central altar,

and the site of the Crucifixion can be touched under the central altar.

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