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Monday, May 10, 2010

Obama systematically ignoring 'Palestinian' hate-mongering

I'm sure none of you will be surprised to hear that a study has concluded that the Obama administration has been consistently ignoring 'Palestinian' hate mongering since President Obumbler's Cairo speech last June.
A list of incidents documented by the ZOA’s Morton Klein and Daniel Mandel of the CMEP includes the following:


2. August 2009: No reaction from Obama to a Fatah conference that “reaffirmed Fatah’s refusal to accept Israel’s existence as a Jewish state, glorified terrorists living and dead by name, praised the ‘armed struggle,’ [and in which] Abbas himself declared ‘We maintain the right to launch an armed resistance.’”

Clinton’s response: The conference showed “a broad consensus supporting … negotiations with Israel, and the two-state solution” and that contrary statements by unnamed “individuals” there “did not represent Fatah’s official positions.” The ZOA/CMEP report noted that in the past, as a US Senator from New York, Clinton had been outspoken about the need to end PA incitement.

3. January 2010: The Obama administration was silent when leading PA figures, including Abbas and prime minister Salam Fayyad, publicly praised and lauded three Fatah terrorists killed by Israel who had murdered an Israeli civilian, Rabbi Meir Chai.

4. January 2010: No response from Obama or Clinton when PA TV broadcast a mosque sermon in which Jews were declared “the enemies of Allah and of His Messenger … Enemies of humanity in general” and Muslims were exhorted to murder them with the words “The Prophet says: ‘You shall fight the Jews and kill Them.”

5. March 2010: Obama and company took unprecedented umbrage at an Israeli announcement of progress towards building Jewish homes in Ramat Shlomo, Jerusalem, during Vice-President Biden’s visit – but failed to respond when a public square in Ramallah was named, the same week, after the terrorist who had led the worst terror attack against Israel in history.
Read the whole thing.


At 12:50 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

And you can guess what the US reaction was Palestinians torched the Jewish cemetery in Hebron. Did you hear anything, Carl? (sounds of crickets chirping)

That's the problem. Ignoring Palestinian hatred of Jews manifested in the desecration of Jewish holy sites, the boycotting of Jewish and Israeli goods and their waging a global BDS campaign to make Israel a pariah state is going to bring peace closer. Yeah sure - the Obami better keep telling that to themselves.

And we both know whom the US will condemn should the "proximity talks" fail down the road.

What could go wrong indeed


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