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Obama threatens and carries a sanctions Stick,

Not having a backbone to use force on evil Axis,

His love for Israel is guile saturated and Feigned!

June 1, 2009

If God’s children confess their sins, he is faithful and just to forgive them. However, the opposite is true when Obama confesses what he sees as America’s sins to Allah’s children. They use it as justification to destroy Israel and all American infidels. We are tucking our tails between our legs like a cowed dog and running away from the trouble which will eventually catch us.

When those nations and some of their leaders, who claim to be great ‘lovers’ of the nation of Israel, but are not, forsake her when she is attacked, God will first correct her in the Negev, then restore her after devouring both her enemies and her ‘lovers’.
This has been a pattern that has repeated itself several times in the history of God’s dealings with Israel, and the other nations of the world who involve themselves with her. There has never been a time in our nation’s history when more lying hypocrisy per unit time was coming from the White House and Congress.

Jeremiah 30:7-14 – Alas! for that day is great, so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob’s trouble; but he shall be saved out of it. [8] For it shall come to pass in that day, saith the Lord of hosts, that I will break his yoke from off thy neck, and will burst thy bonds, and strangers shall no more serve themselves of him: [9] But they shall serve the Lord their God, and David their king, whom I will raise up unto them. [10] Therefore fear thou not, O my servant Jacob, saith the Lord; neither be dismayed, O Israel: for, lo, I will save thee from afar, and thy seed from the land of their captivity; and Jacob shall return, and shall be in rest, and be quiet, and none shall make him afraid.

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[11] For I am with thee, saith the Lord, to save thee: though I make a full end of all nations whither I have scattered thee, yet will I not make a full end of thee: but I will correct thee in measure, and will not leave thee altogether unpunished.

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[12] For thus saith the Lord, Thy bruise is incurable, and thy wound is grievous. [13] There is none to plead thy cause, that thou mayest be bound up: thou hast no healing medicines. [14] All thy lovers have forgotten thee; they seek thee not; for I have wounded thee with the wound of an enemy, with the chastisement of a cruel one, for the multitude of thine iniquity; because thy sins were increased.

Begin Excerpt from Haaretz via Independent Media Review & Analysis (IMRA)

Israel: U.S. demand for settlement freeze ‘not fair’ (Obama team: promises of previous administrations irrelevant)

May 31, 2009

[Dr. Aaron Lerner – IMRA: Important message for Israel from President Obama: Don’t take any “risk for peace” based on promises from an American president.]

Israel: U.S. demand for settlement freeze ‘not fair’

By Barak Ravid, Haaretz Correspondent

Last update – 01:31 31/05/2009

Tensions between Washington and Jerusalem are growing after the U.S. Administration’s demand that Israel completely freeze construction in all
West Bank settlements.

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Israeli political officials expressed disappointment after Tuesday’s round of meetings in London with George Mitchell, U.S. President Barack Obama’s envoy to the Middle East.

“We’re disappointed,” said one senior official. “All of the understandings reached during the [George W.] Bush administration are worth nothing.” Another official said the U.S. administration is refusing every Israeli attempt to reach new agreements on settlement construction. “The United States is taking a line of granting concessions to the Palestinians that is not fair toward Israel,” he said.

The Israeli officials attributed the unyielding U.S. stance to the speech Obama will make in Cairo this Thursday, in which he is expected to deliver a message of reconciliation to the Arab and Muslim worlds.

Mitchell was joined at the London talks by his deputy David Hale, Daniel B. Shapiro (the head of the National Security Council’s Middle East desk), and State Department deputy legal adviser Jonathan Schwartz.

The Israeli delegation consisted of National Security Adviser Uzi Arad, Netanyahu diplomatic envoy Yitzhak Molcho, Defense Ministry chief of staff Mike Herzog and deputy prime minister Dan Meridor.

Herzog spoke to Mitchell and his staff about understandings reached by former prime ministers Ehud Olmert and Ariel Sharon with the Bush administration on allowing continued building in the large West Bank settlement blocs. He asked that a similar agreement be reached with the Obama government.

Meridor spoke of the complexities characterizing the coalition headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and said Washington’s demands of a complete construction freeze would lead to the dissolution of the Netanyahu government.

The Israeli delegates were stunned by the uncompromising U.S. stance, and by
statements from Mitchell and his staff that agreements reached with the Bush
administration were unacceptable. An Israeli official privy to the talks said that “the Americans took something that had been agreed on for many years and just stopped everything.”

“What about the Tenet Report, which demanded that the Palestinians dismantle the terror infrastructure?” said the official, referring to former CIA director George Tenet. “It’s unfair, and there is no reciprocity shown toward the Palestinians.”

The Israeli envoys said the demand for a total settlement freeze was not only unworkable, but would not receive High Court sanction. Tensions reportedly reached a peak when, speaking of the Gaza disengagement, the Israelis told their interlocutors, “We evacuated 8,000 settlers on our own initiative,” to which Mitchell responded simply, “We’ve noted that here.”

Defense Minister Ehud Barak will travel to Washington today in an attempt to put further pressure on the Obama administration. “We want to reach an agreement with the United States on ways to advance the peace process,” said a senior Jerusalem official. The U.S. stance, he said, “will stall the process and bring about tension and stagnation, which will hurt both Israel and the United States.

Begin Excerpt from WorldNetDaily Jerusalem Bureau

Obama promises Arabs Jerusalem will be theirs

Official: President said Palestinian state with holy city capital ‘in American interest’

May 30, 2009

By Aaron Klein

JERUSALEM – President Obama and his administration told Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas during a meeting last week the U.S. foresees the creation of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, according to a top PA official speaking to WND.

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“The American administration was very friendly to the position of the PA,” said Nimer Hamad, Abbas’ senior political adviser.

“Abu Mazen (Abbas) heard from Obama and his administration in a very categorical way that a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital is in the American national and security interest,” Hamad said.

Another PA official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told WND today that Obama informed Abbas he would not let Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “get in the way” of normalizing U.S. relations with the Arab and greater Muslim world.

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“We were told from this new administration they will not allow a Netanyahu government to hurt their efforts of rehabilitating U.S. relations with the Arab and Islamic world, which is a high priority of Obama,” the official said, speaking during a visit to Cairo.

Also in Cairo today, Abbas met with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, where the Palestinian leader briefed Egypt’s president on his recent trip to Washington, saying the U.S. was committed to bringing about an end to Israeli construction in the West Bank.

Hamad’s comment about Jerusalem today come as controversy abounded regarding the U.S. position on Israel’s capital city.

Last week, the State Department refuted a speech in which Netanyahu said Jerusalem never will be divided.

“Jerusalem is Israel’s capital,” Netanyahu said at an event marking Jerusalem’s reunification. “Jerusalem was always ours and will always be ours. It will never again be partitioned and divided.”

In response, the State Department released a statement that Jerusalem “is a final status issue.”

“Israel and the Palestinians have agreed to resolve its status during negotiations. We will support their efforts to reach agreements on all final status issues,” the statement said.

Also last week, a top Palestinian Authority official claimed in a WND interview that the Obama administration told the PA that Jerusalem will never be united under Israeli sovereignty.

“Americans said an open Jerusalem – yes. But a united Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty – no,” Hatem Abdel Khader, the PA’s minister for Jerusalem affairs, said in comments to both WND and Israel’s Ynetnews website.

“(The Obama administration) has made clear that Jerusalem must be accessible to everyone – but not united under Israel’s rule,” Khader said.

Khader claimed the U.S. is cooperating with the PA to “thwart Israel’s plans in Jerusalem.”

“When they collaborate with us in Israeli courts against home demolitions or the confiscation of land we see their attitude,” he said.

Khader told WND, “The Americans are very present on the ground, and they are making pressure over Israeli authorities and even municipalities.”

“They are acting according to the concept that the failure to establish a Palestinian state would jeopardize U.S. national security interests – and without Jerusalem there is no Palestinian state,” he said.

U.S. helps Palestinians live illegally near Temple Mount

Khader’s claim the U.S. is helping the Palestinians gain a foothold in Jerusalem is accurate. In April, WND reported that under intense American pressure and following a nearly unprecedented behind-the-scenes U.S. campaign, the Netanyahu government has decided not to bulldoze Palestinian homes built illegally on Jewish-owned property in Jerusalem.

The issue is critical since the 80 homes in question are located in Silwan, an eastern Jerusalem neighborhood close to the Temple Mount and Jerusalem’s Old City that the Palestinians claim as a future capital.

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Jewish groups have been working to fortify the community’s Jewish presence. Silwan is adjacent to the City of David, a massive archeological dig just outside the Temple Mount that is constantly turning up Temple artifacts.

Like tens of thousands of other Arab housing projects throughout eastern Jerusalem, the Palestinian homes in Silwan were illegally constructed on property long ago purchased by Jews.

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The Israeli government ordered the structures’ legal demolition.

But during a visit here in early March, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton strongly protested the planned bulldozing.

“Clearly this kind of activity is unhelpful and not in keeping with the obligations entered into under the Road Map,” she said. “It is an issue that we intend to raise with the government of Israel and the government at the municipal level in Jerusalem.”

The Road Map calls for Israel to freeze Jewish settlement expansion in the West Bank but does not bar Israel from dismantling illegally constructed Palestinian homes in Jerusalem.

WND learned that in the weeks since Clinton’s visit here, the U.S. mounted an intensive campaign lobbying the Israeli government against tearing down the illegal Palestinian homes in Silwan. The campaign included letters from the Middle East section of the State Department addressed to various Jerusalem municipalities, with copies of the letters sent to the offices of Israel’s prime minister and foreign minister. The letters called on Israel to allow the illegal Palestinian homes in Silwan to remain and stated any demolitions would not foster an atmosphere of peace.

Also, in a follow-up visit here, State Department officials made it clear to their Israeli counterparts the U.S. opposes the Silwan bulldozing.

According to sources in the Israeli government, including in Netanyahu’s administration, a decision has been made not to bulldoze the illegal Palestinian homes. The sources said the issue of the homes may be raised again in the future, but for the time being the houses will remain intact.

The sources attributed the decision against the bulldozing – which has not yet been announced – to the intense American campaign against the house demolitions.

Said one source in Netanyahu’s administration, “This was very frustrating to us. Can you imagine if a foreign government came in and told a city office in the U.S. not to tear down a house that was illegally constructed on someone else’s property?”

While Clinton opposed the Palestinian house demolitions, informed Israeli officials said the Obama administration is carefully monitoring Jewish construction in eastern Jerusalem and has already protested to the highest levels of Israeli government about evidence of housing expansion in those areas.

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The officials, who spoke on condition that their names be withheld, said that last month Obama’s Mideast envoy, George Mitchell, oversaw the establishment of an apparatus based in the U.S. consulate in Jerusalem that closely monitors eastern Jerusalem neighborhoods, incorporating regular tours on a daily basis.

The officials said that in recent meetings Mitchell strongly protested Jewish construction in eastern Jerusalem. Mitchell also condemned the work of nationalist Jewish groups to purchase property in Jerusalem’s Old City, including in areas intimately tied to Judaism.

Israel recaptured eastern Jerusalem, including the Temple Mount – Judaism’s holiest site – during the 1967 Six Day War.

The Palestinians, however, have claimed eastern Jerusalem as a future capital. About 244,000 Arabs live in Jerusalem, mostly in eastern neighborhoods, out of a total population of 724,000, the majority Jewish.

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Al Qaeda again switches tactics for Lahore bombing

DEBKAfile Special Analysis

May 28, 2009, 7:39 PM (GMT+02:00)

Although Pakistan’s Taliban took responsibility, the latest bombing attack in Pakistan’s third city, Lahore, Wednesday, May 27, in which 27 people lost their lives and 294 people were badly hurt, was executed on its behalf by al Qaeda’s new strike units.

These units, made up mainly of fighters from Lashkar-e-Taiba and Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, have been reinforced lately by an influx of Saudis, Yemenis, Syrians and Libyans, who fought the Americans in Iraq.

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Their methods have changed four times in the last six months, adapted to their individual missions. DEBKAfile’s counter-terror experts note that they are evidently being run by a proactive command, capable of great tactical flexibility.

Al Qaeda is no longer satisfied with simple massacres. The last six months show that each operation is designed to make a separate point.

In its last outrage in Lahore, the focus was on a northern Pakistani nerve center consisting of police emergency response headquarters and the local Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) headquarters. Both are situated in a heavily guarded section of its downtown. Similar targets were singled out for a coordinated attack in the capital, Islamabad, demonstrating that al Qaeda’s arm was long enough to simultaneously attack two military targets in the same country several hundred kilometers apart. However some members of the latter team were detained Sunday and Monday, so only the Lahore attack went ahead.

In November 2008, the same strike teams drawn mainly from the two al Qaeda offshoots first demonstrated their ability to flit rapidly across great distances by sea and land, making

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their way stealthily from Karachi, southern Pakistan, to the northwestern Indian town of Mumbai.

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They were only discovered when they stormed a crowded railway station, a popular restaurant, two luxury hotels and a Jewish-Israel community center.

Local Indian military, security and police units were shown up as helpless to stop their rampage. By the time special operations forces flew in from other parts of India, 161 people were dead and 500 injured.

On March 9, al Qaeda succeeded in removing Pakistan from the international sporting map for years to come. After blocking the main highways to Lahore’s main stadium, its strike units ambushed the well-secured convoy carrying Sri Lanka’s cricket team to a match. They killed six policemen and a driver and injured several cricketers.

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The death toll was lower than the toll of Mumbai, but they made two points: First, the world’s sporting teams have given Pakistan a wide berth ever since; and, second, none of the assailants was ever caught.

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Then, on March 30, the same al Qaeda strike teams fielding a large group of 15 to 20 terrorists devastated another strategic site in Lahore, the Matawan police training center complex. They left 22 dead and a pile of ruins – again the assailants got clean away without injury, although Pakistani military helicopters went into action for the first time against terrorists.

In al Qaeda’s latest attack in Lahore, the third in less than three months, destruction was the object even more than death. Striking a blow for Taliban, the jihadi organization’s command sought to lay waste a key Pakistani military-police target in the town center.

A relatively small team of four to six blacked-garbed terrorists, armed with machine guns, small rockets, grenades and a red car packed with hundreds of tons of explosives, tried to smash through to the high-security zone housing important government offices, including the ISI and Chief Minister.

When they failed to break through the barricade, the suicide bomber at the wheel blew the car up damaging at least 30 buildings and dozens of cars. Hundreds of injured people lay in streets strewn with piles of debris and broken glass.

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It will take years to repair the monumental damage they caused in minutes.

This time, al Qaeda proved that a small team was capable of sowing desolation and death in a high-security center of rule, notable a facility of the ISI, which is the strongest bastion of the Pakistani government.

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Although Pakistani interior minister Rehman Malik claimed Wednesday that the Lahore attack was in retaliation for the army’s gains in the Swat Valley,

DEBKAfile’s counter-terror experts point out that neither Taliban nor al Qaeda need this pretext for their attacks in Pakistan. Their third strike against Lahore in two months was aimed more at demonstrating that the Islamabad government is fast losing control of the country’s main cities and seats of regional administration.

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