Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Well Known Jew: Obama CANNOT Be Trusted on Israel.

Here is a great analysis on this topic. This well known writer and Rabbi makes a compelling case for his position that Israel cannot afford to trust B.O. when it comes to their interests and security.

Take a look. In my view, Mr. B.O. is doing the least he can to appear like he is supporting Israel -- he needs Jewish American votes as well as the votes of Americans who support Israel. At least until November 2012. But deep down everything he is doing is slowly supporting the overall benefit of the Palestinians and all Islamic driven government endeavors. I say government because some true Islamists are admitting that true Islam is first a government and then a religion. But of course B.O. doesn't see that. And neither did G.W.Bush before him. That was partly where he went wrong.

Now here are the arguments for the Rabbi's position.

Can Obama be trusted on Israel? - JPost - Opinion - Columnists

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