Obama Betrays Israel

Posted on May 24th, 2011


President Barack Obama called for a return to the 1967 Israel-Palestine Border that would drastically reduce Israel’s land, which is good news to Hamas and Fatah – two Mideast terrorist organizations that recently joined forces.

The Washington Examiner reports that: “The very creation of the state of Israel is known among Palestinians as the ‘Nakhba,’ which means ‘catastrophe.’”

Obama’s demand that Israel return to its 1967 borders, has made a volatile Middle East even more explosive.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu now faces tougher opposition from Israel’s enemies in the region, because Obama has verbally ended our commitment to our long-standing ally.

Why did Obama verbally cease his support for Israel one day prior to his meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu, and days after Palestinians’ invaded Israeli territory?

Obama verbiage actually harmed Israel by demanding that the Jewish people forfeit all the land they won when attacked by armies of Muslim terrorists in the 1967 Six Day War. This plan would require Israel to cede control of parts of East Jerusalem and exit settlements in the West Bank.

The Wall Street Journal reported that Netanyahu said that Obama went too far, but that Palestinians and Arab diplomats believe that the President didn’t go far enough.

“Obama also challenged Mr. Netanyahu’s position that some Israeli troops might remain in the West Bank to protect Israel’s borders. ‘The full and phased withdrawal of Israeli military forces should be coordinated with the assumption of Palestinian security responsibility in a sovereign, nonmilitarized state,’” Obama said.

“Netanyahu rejected Obama’s position, saying a retreat to the 1967 borders would leave segments of Israel’s population outside those lines, and ‘indefensible.’ He also said Washington shouldn’t walk back from Bush’s ‘assurances’ not to force such an agreement upon Israel.”

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