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Friday, July 19, 2013

Kerry (and Obama) sign off on Europe's delegitimization campaign against Israel

How could Europe have done that? How could Europe have thrown a monkey wrench into US Secretary of State John Kerry's efforts to get the 'Palestinians' to come to the negotiating table by publicizing its plan to sever Judea and Samaria from the State of Israel? How? It's quite simple. Kerry and Obama signed off on Europe's doing so. Ruthie Blum explains.

Take Kerry's joint press conference on Wednesday with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh, following a meeting with the ministerial delegation assigned by the "Arab League Committee on the Peace Initiative." Reiterating his mantra about peace being "in everybody's interest," Kerry went on to disseminate the great lie of all time.

"Many ministers said to me today ... that the core issue of instability in this region and in many other parts of the world is the Palestinian-Israeli conflict," he orated with pathos, indicating his full agreement with the assessment.

In fact, not a single Arab-Muslim upheaval -- not Iran's race for a nuclear bomb; not Syria's chemical-weapon-charged civil war; not Egypt's violent repeat of its false "democratic" revolution -- nor any strife elsewhere in the world, is even remotely connected to the "Palestinian-Israeli conflict."

The refusal of the U.S. to acknowledge, let alone stress, this truism is as dangerous to American interests as it is to Israel's. Furthermore, it constitutes a green light to Europe to proceed with its pernicious program to delegitimize the Jewish state.
If you've been wondering all week why Obama and Kerry have had nothing to say about Europe's new guidelines for trade with Israel, wonder no more. They signed off on them. 

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