by Pamela Williams
Further, we know that President Trump is trying to repair our relationship with Israel by inviting Netanyahu to the White House in February, and Netanyahu has agreed that he would come. Obama hated Netanyahu and had completely alienated Israel from the US.
Trump appears to be approaching the Middle East differently then the Obama administration. For example, some members of Trump’s administration have been split on whether to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. The Washington Post noted that most of the world doesn’t recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. East Jerusalem is also considered “occupied territory,” which Palestinians hope to call their capital if a two-state solution is ever reached.
Trump’s next ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, supports Israeli settlements and other changes to U.S. policies in the region.Friedman said he looked forward to carrying out his duties from “the U.S. embassy in Israel’s eternal capital, Jerusalem,” even though the embassy is in Tel Aviv. Trump advisers have said that the president-elect will follow through on his call for moving the embassy.
I would like to go back in time before Obama was President. You may have never heard of this story, but it might explain why Obama just sent this money to Palestine. The title of the story was:
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
L.A. Times Suppresses Obama Video You can thank the LA TIMES for suppressing this story and The L.A. Times is engaged in a cover-up, withholding information.
“A major news organization is intentionally suppressing information that could provide a clearer link between Barack Obama and Rashid Khalidi,” said McCain campaign spokesman Michael Goldfarb. ” . . . The election is one week away, and it’s unfortunate that the press so obviously favors Barack Obama that this campaign must publicly request that the Los Angeles Times do its job — make information public.”
The Times on Tuesday issued a statement about its decision not to post the tape.
“The Los Angeles Times did not publish the videotape because it was provided to us by a confidential source who did so on the condition that we not release it,” said the newspaper’s editor, Russ Stanton. “The Times keeps its promises to sources.”
Jamie Gold, the newspaper’s readers’ representative, said in a statement: “More than six months ago the Los Angeles Times published a detailed account of the events shown on the videotape. The Times is not suppressing anything. Just the opposite — the L.A. Times brought the matter to light.”video.
The L.A. Times Suppresses Obamas Khalidi Bash Tape
Obama, Ayers, and PLO supporters toast Edward Saids successor, but the press doesnt think its quite as newsworthy as Sarah Palins wardrobe.
By Andrew C. McCarthy