President laughingstock continues to embarrass and betray the American people. He is going to Israel with a cash infusion of 500 million dollars in jiyza for these savages. Aid or Jiyza? Read my WND column today: Hussein in Jerusalem
Palestinian Anti-Obama Protesters, Police Clash - Khaled Abu Toameh
Dozens of Palestinians protested in Ramallah Tuesday against President Obama's upcoming visit to the West Bank. Some carried pictures of Obama dressed in an IDF uniform with an Israeli tank in the background. Others carried placards that read: "Obama, we will never forget Iraq" and "America is the head of the snake."
The demonstrators tried to march toward PA President Mahmoud Abbas' compound, but were pushed back by Palestinian anti-riot policemen. A senior PA official in Ramallah said there was growing concern over plans by Palestinians to escalate protests against Obama. (Jerusalem Post)
Bethlehem Arabs Threw Shoes And Garbage At US President Barack H. Obama's Posters And At American Official's VehicleArutz Sheve via Israel Frontline
Source: Arutz Sheva
Arabs in Bethlehem had a “warm welcome” for American officials who on Monday came to prepare for President Barack H. Obama's visit to the city Friday, by throwing shoes and garbage at the vehicles in an entourage from the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem. Hundreds of Arabs mobbed the vehicles outside the Church of the Nativity, where Obama is scheduled to visit when he comes to Bethlehem.
Sources in the city told Israel Radio that Arab protesters tore down posters with Obama's image, throwing them to the ground and spitting and stepping on them. The protesters threw shoes at other posters that were hung too high for them to easily tear down.
The American entourage had entered Bethlehem unannounced, apparently in an effort to avoid such scenes. The entourage was said to be comprised chiefly of security officials who were there to ensure that Obama would be safe during his visit. PA police attempted to stop the crowd from throwing shoes and debris at the American vehicles, and were only partially successful, witnesses said.
Sources in the PA said they were examining ways to ensure that Monday's protests were not repeated when Obama came to town.