Is Obama An Enemy Of Israel?


In an interesting twist of irony, Barry Hussein Obama has refused to get involved in the elections in Iran – where protesters are being killed for taking a stand for freedom – because he wanted the world to know that “we’re not meddling” in their affairs. Yet, it was just a few weeks ago when the messiah declared to the entire Muslim world that Israel was guilty of “holocaust” type treatment of the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, and demanded that Israel accept a two-state solution that would threaten their very existence.

This dangerous behavior hasn’t been missed by Jewish leadership around the world. In an interview with Newsmax, Morton Klein, the president of the Zionist Organization of America, says that the Apologist-in-Chief’s refusal to take a stand in Iran – along with his demands on Israel – makes Obama the “most hostile President to Israel in history.”

“I think he should take a strong stand to support the protesters in Iran who want to transform that society into one that promotes democracy and human rights,” Klein says. ”But while meddling in Israel’s affairs and making specific demands, he explicitly states he refuses to meddle in Iran’s policies and has said almost nothing.”

In previous blogs, I have shared my concerns about Obama’s hostility towards Israel and Christianity as he embraces his Muslim heritage, in addition to the influence that Obama was under when he attended Jeremiah Wright’s church. Mr. Klein shares the same concerns in this interview:

“If you look at Rev. Wright’s speeches and sermons as I have, many of the themes, like comparing the Palestinian Arabs to the South Africans and the illegality of the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria, show up in Obama’s talks and actions,” he says.

During the 2008 election campaign, “I would give speeches and write articles expressing concern about his close friendship with Rev. Wright,” Klein says. “I was repeatedly told that’s not fair; those are Wright’s views, not necessarily his, and that it’s guilt by association.”

Is the chosen one an enemy of Israel? The answer seem clear.

And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed. – Genesis 12:3


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