NOW… Obama Attacks Israeli Leader Netanyahu After Yesterday’s Call to Give Jerusalem to Hamas
THE OBAMA DOCTRINE: THE DESTRUCTION OF THE HOLY LAND–
In his Muslim speech on Thursday, Barack Obama told Israel to give Old Jerusalem, including the tomb of Jesus, to Hamas.
The Golden Gates (the two enclosed arches on the Eastern Wall) were cemented shut centuries ago to prevent the prophets from returning to the Temple Mount.
Now, Barack Obma is attacking the leader of Israel.
YNet News reported:
US President Barack Obama told aides that he does not believe Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will be able to make a peace deal, The New York Times reported on Thursday night.
Obama reportedly said that Netanyahu can not make the concessions necessary for peace.
The Times also reported that the timing of Obama’s speech was planned intentionally to preempt Netanyahu’s address to Congress on Tuesday.
A day before their scheduled meeting in Washington, Netanyahu and Obama staked out dramatically conflicting positions Thursday as to the path for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“The Palestinians, and not only the US, must recognize Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people,” he said.
Obama, in his address earlier in the day on the changes sweeping the Middle East, called for a demilitarized Palestinian state along the 1967 lines with agreed upon land swaps.
While thanking Obama for his commitment to peace, Netanyahu said he “expects to hear from President Obama a reconfirmation of commitments to Israel from 2004 that received wide support in both houses of Congress.” This was a reference to a letter from president George W. Bush to prime minister Ariel Sharon that did not call for a return to the 1967 lines, and that recognized that any agreement would take into account the changed realities on the ground – a line interpreted by Israel to mean a recognition that it would hold on to the large settlement blocs.
The Bush commitments, said Netanyahu, “deal with Israel not being asked to withdraw to the 1967 lines, which are not defensible, and which place large population centers in Judea and Samaria outside of these borders.”
Netanyahu’s statement also said that the Bush letter made clear that Palestinian refugees would be absorbed in a future Palestinian state, something that was not explicitly mentioned in Obama’s speech.
“Without a solution to the refugee issue by settling them outside of Israel, no territorial concessions will end the conflict,” the statement read.