Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said that a “threat to the Jewish People is a threat to all of us.” Does that include Obama, Prime Minister Harper? Indeed it does.
In a stunning rebuke of Jewish rights in the Jewish homeland, President Obama, in yet another demand to ethnically cleanse the Jewish capital of its Jews, said that Israel's construction plans were harmful. His remarks came during another Muslim apology tour in Indonesia, and echo the Islamic supremacist OIC (Organization of the Islamic Conference). The story is here; the LA Times has since removed the video of Obama's remarks, I am not sure why.
Obama says new Israeli home construction harms peace efforts Shortly after arriving in Indonesia, where he is to deliver another address to the Muslim world, the president says Israel is jeopardizing peace talks by reviving settlement building in East Jerusalem.
"This kind of activity is never helpful when it comes to peace negotiations," Obama said. "And I'm concerned that we're not seeing each side make the extra effort to get a breakthrough that could finally create a framework for a secure Israel living side by side in peace with a sovereign Palestine."
How can there possibly be peace when Islamic antisemitism is not addressed, but is vigorously spread and taught throughout all of the ummah in madrassas, textbooks and television broadcasts, all citing Islamic teaching and the qur'an? How can there be peace when all of Israel is considered "occupied"? How can there be peace when a tiny Jewish state, surrounded by enormous Muslim lands, is forced to struggle for its survival and justify its existence every day, while living under the existential threat of promised annihilation by Iran?
I salute Prime Minister Harper, while feeling nothing but embarrassment and shame for a US president who continues to expose his antisemitism in his unabashed subservience to the Muslim world.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper once again proves he is Israel’s best friend, saying that a “threat to the Jewish People is a threat to all of us.”
(INN) Speaking at an Ottawa conference on fighting anti-Semitism that is part of Holocaust Education Week, the Conservative party leader implicitly agreed with a common analysis that the United Nations recently turned down its bid for a temporary seat on the Security Council because of its solid pro-Israel stand.
"And I know, by the way, because I have the bruises to show for it, that whether it is at the United Nations or any other international forum, the easiest thing to do is simply to just get along and go along with this anti-Israel rhetoric, to pretend it is just about being even-handed, and to excuse oneself with the label of honest broker.
“History shows us, and the ideology of the anti-Israel mob tells us all too well, that those who threaten the existence of the Jewish people are in the longer term a threat to all of us,” Prime Minister Harper said to an appreciative audience.
"There are, after all, a lot more votes in being anti-Israeli than in taking a stand,” he added. “But as long as I am Prime Minister, whether it is at the United Nations, the Francophone or anywhere else, Canada will take that stand, whatever the cost.
“Let us not forget that even now, there are those who choose evil, and would launch another Holocaust if left unchecked.”
Canada's principled stand for human rights and Western values cost them a seat on the OIC-driven United Nations Security Council, while the Obama adminsitration stood by and did nothing.
UPDATE: Another $150 million in jizya
WASHINGTON, Nov 10 (Reuters) - The United States will give an additional $150 million to the Palestinian Authority as Washington seeks to boost the fledgling government amid an impasse in peace talks with Israel, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday.
(Reporting by Andrew Quinn; Editing by Bill Trott)