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Obama Must Convince Israel He Is Trustworthy

BETTY383 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 6:58 AM
The palestinians have been kicked out of more countries. These people are nothing but trouble makers. And now are trying to take land they don't deserve nor have a right to.
RW6 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 9:41 AM
So... what land DO they deserve and have a right to?
jimbo999 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 11:26 AM
They have the right to land in Jordan and Egypt, because they are Jordanians and Egyptians. There is no such thing as a Palestinian. When Israel was formed, those people were given the right to be citizens of Israel with all the rights that entails, owning land, voting, running for office, going to school, etc. Israel is the ONLY democracy in the Middle East.
They choose to fight against Israel and have said they want to push the Jews into the sea and steal the country and make it a Muslim Caliphate.
Milt37 Wrote: Mar 19, 2013 12:41 PM
A cemetary plot about 3 ft. X 6 ft. X 6 ft. deep. Except for those who agree to live peacefully with their neighbors.
Bondman60 Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 3:11 PM
Also - Jordan, f.k.a. Transjordan, was originally part of the Palestine Mandate, all of which was intended for settlement by Jews, as per the League of Nations, and subsequently transferred to the U.N. Churchill, as thanks for help in WWI, illegally handed Transjordan to the Hashemite King. Jordan's population is overwhelmingly Palestinian Arab. Jordan is the Palestinian national homeland. But that doesn't matter to the Arabs: This conflict has never been about borders, settlements, or a "Palestinian" state. It has always been about the survival or the destruction of the Jewish state.

When Air Force One touches down in Israel for meetings this week, President Barack Obama has his hands full. Iran is about a year away from developing a nuclear weapon and Obama must convince Israel he is trustworthy before he can suggest to anyone that taking a preemptive strike against Iran is a lousy idea.

Obama has a terrible track record when it comes to Israel. In fact, a recent survey done by algemeiner.com shows most Israelis don't like him. Of those surveyed, just 10 percent held a favorable opinion of Obama, 17 percent held highly unfavorable regard, 19...