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Obama’s Next Attack on Israel

Over the past eight years Obama and his Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and John Kerry have waged an unrelenting war on America’s staunchest ally in the Middle East – Israel. 

They interfered in Israeli elections, trying to defeat incumbent Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, they betrayed Israel and other American allies in the Middle East by signing the Iran nuclear deal giving the terrorist regime in Iran $150 billion and setting it on a short path to nuclear missiles, and they most recently allowed John Kerrypassage of a UN resolution condemning Israel for its settlements in Judea and Samaria, parts of the so-called occupied territories. 

But it appears that Obama’s anti-Semitic rampage is not yet over. 

On January 15, some 70 countries are expected to attend a Paris summit, organized at the initiative of French President François Hollande. 

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has repeatedly rejected the conference proposal, making clear he would agree to meet with Hollande and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas for talks, but only if there is no international summit. 

The reason for Netanyahu’s reluctance is obvious – he’s interested in peace, but doesn’t want to be browbeaten by a group of terrorist sympathizers into a one-sided deal that is bad for Israel and the Jewish people. 

So, what’s the point of the summit if Netanyahu does not plan to participate? 

Our take – supported by plenty of inside information – is that the summit is intended to endorse a “Palestinian” State and UN recognition before the January 20 inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. 

This would be a twofer for Obama – he gets to burden Trump with another Middle East entanglement and conduct one last anti-Semitic attack on Israel and Prime Minister Netanyahu. 

Our friend Mort Klein, national President of the Zionist Organization of America told the Jerusalem Post the conference is “a disgrace” because it promotes “the establishment of a Hamas/Fatah terror state whose two charters call for Israel’s destruction. “Peace is not possible while the Palestinian Authority [President] Mahmoud Abbas promotes murdering Jews in his speeches, media, and schools,” he told the Post. “When you combine the Paris conference and the UN actions along with the Islamic terror state Iran receiving $150 billion and a pathway to nuclear weapons, the world is clearly working to endanger Israel’s very existence.” 

We agree with Mort Klein’s assessment, and he’s not alone in seeing the Paris Summit this way. 

Leaders of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations called this week for the French to cancel or, at least, postpone what they called an “ill-conceived, poorly timed and damaging” event. 

“Now is a time for serious reflection on how peace can best be achieved, not for another sham forum in which the usual one-sided outcomes against Israel are the likeliest result,” the group wrote in a statement. “Given the significant issues that were raised in the past week which have long term implications for the prospects for peace, proper preparation after serious consultation is essential.” According to the Conference of Presidents, there are a number of compelling reasons to postpone the Paris event, including the impending transition to a new US administration, just five days later. 

“It makes no sense that the next administration is precluded from participating in a discussion of an essential component of US foreign policy with which it will be engaged,” they explained. “Possible outcomes would add further uncertainty that will harm future prospects while unnecessarily inserting a new element of instability to the region.” The Conference of Presidents also urged the US to announce that it will not participate on January 15 in light of recent events, and further called on leaders of all the invited countries to “work to cancel the Paris meeting and refocus on the parties coming together for direct negotiations. 

Except US participation in the Paris Summit makes perfect sense if you want to make life more difficult for Donald Trump and hurt the Israelis by recognizing a new terrorist state on their border. 

Our expectation is that the Paris Summit will come off as planned and that the outcome has already been decided – endorsement and recognition of a “Palestinian” state, a new American entanglement in the Middle East, and a new threat to the very existence of Israel, all courtesy of Barack Obama.

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