Right Side News finds a complete retreat from the field of battle when it comes to defending Israel from the rabid band of those Muslims that behead 3 year old children and murder American soldiers by shooting them in the back of the head. These uncivilized Islamist bastards and human debris are followers of a political ideology that promotes death.

Should we accidently burn their Korans and sincerely apologize, and yet they kill our troops, those animails should be hunted down and hung in the public square for all to see.  Obama’s pull back from Israel and his embrace of Islam in Mulsim lands and on our soil is alarming.  

GOP Update

And An Unshakeable Commitment To Its Security.”

OBAMA: “That is the change we need in our foreign policy. Change that restores American power and influence. Change accompanied by a pledge that I will make known to allies and adversaries alike: that America maintains an unwavering friendship with Israel, and an unshakeable commitment to its security.” (Senator Barack Obama, Remarks To AIPAC, Washington, D.C. 6/4/08)

 The United States And Israel Has Reached Repeated Low Points Under Obama:

Senator Joe Lieberman (ID-CT): “Obviously, There Have Been Some Very Tough Moments Between Israel And President Obama.” “Obviously, there have been some very tough moments between Israel and President Obama on questions such as his call for a so-called settlement freeze and the statement that he wanted to have Israel begin negotiations returning to the ’67 borders.” (“Lieberman Backs Obama, Sort Of, On Claim Of Support For Israeli Security,” Fox News, 12/1/11)

  • Biden, While Speaking With Rabbis In Boca Raton, FL, Listed Off The Repeated Insults By The Obama Administration Against Israel. “Mr. Biden told the rabbis that the administration had made a few missteps in its handling of the Israel relationship, including Mr. Obama’s decision not to go to Jerusalem as president, after he made his famous Cairo speech in 2009 in which he elevated the plight of the Palestinians to equal status with the Israelis’. (In fact, it was Mr. Biden who traveled to Israel that year, in what ended up being a disastrous trip in which the Israeli government announced new settlements just before his meeting with Mr. Netanyahu, prompting a sharp response from the Obama administration that included an irate 45-minute telephone call from Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to Mr. Netanyahu.)” (Helene Cooper, “Obama Turns To Biden To Reassure Jewish Voters, And Get Them To Contribute, Too,” New York Times, 9/30/11)

The Washington Post: The Administration’s Efforts On The Israel-Palestinian Issue “Has Been Stalled And Sometimes Poorly Executed.” “Even the most sympathetic observer of the administration’s efforts on the Israel-Palestinian issue would have to concede the diplomacy has been stalled and sometimes poorly executed.” (Glenn Kessler, “Obama and Israel: Stalled Diplomacy Or ‘Suspicion And Distrust’?” The Washington Post’s “Fact Checker” Blog, 7/11/11)

  • The Washington Post: “The Administration Has Few, If Any, Achievements To Brag About Despite Having Invested Significant Diplomatic Capital In The Israeli-Palestinian Issue.” “After 2 ½ years, the administration has few, if any, achievements to brag about despite having invested significant diplomatic capital in the Israeli-Palestinian issue. If anything, one could make a case that the two sides are further apart because of the administration’s actions, though, to be fair, ultimately it is up to the Israelis and Palestinians to make peace, not the United States.” (Glenn Kessler, “Obama and Israel: Stalled Diplomacy Or ‘Suspicion And Distrust’?” The Washington Post’s “Fact Checker” Blog, 7/11/11)
  • The Associated Press: “Obama Mideast Policy Adrift Amid Crises.” “The world’s lone superpower has become superpowerless in one of the world’s most intractable conflicts. Boxed in by competing political and diplomatic agendas, the United States has lost the ability to stop either the Israelis or the Palestinians from acting against the interests of U.S.-backed peace efforts and against the express wishes of the United States.” (Matthew Lee, “Analysis: Obama Mideast Policy Adrift Amid Crises,” The Associated Press, 11/3/11)

Obama And French President Sarkozy Were Caught On An Open Mic “Expressing Their Exasperation” With Netanyahu At The G20 Conference. “President Obama and his French counterpart, Nicolas Sarkozy, were reportedly caught in a candid moment expressing their exasperation with Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu – with the French president referring to him as a ‘liar.’” (Tucker Reals, “Obama Sarkozy Reportedly Fed Up With Netanyahu,” CBS News, 11/8/11)

  • “’I Cannot Bear Netanyahu, He’s A Liar,’ The French President Was Heard To Say.” (Tucker Reals, “Obama Sarkozy Reportedly Fed Up With Netanyahu,” CBS News, 11/8/11)
  • “In Response, According To The Account By Arret Sur Images, Mr. Obama Sympathizes With Sarkozy’s Frustration, Saying, ‘You’re Fed Up, But I Have To Deal With Him Every Day.’” (Tucker Reals, “Obama Sarkozy Reportedly Fed Up With Netanyahu,” CBS News, 11/8/11)

CNN: Relations Reached “A Low Point” In March 2010. “Israel’s settlement policy has become a friction point between Israel and the United States, with relations reaching a low point in March when Israel announced plans during a visit by Vice President Joe Biden to construct more than 1,000 new houses in East Jerusalem. The announcement outraged the Obama administration and led to the Palestinians’ withdrawing from agreed-upon indirect negotiations with Israel. In a visit later in March to the United States, Netanyahu was presented with a set of concessions that the White House wanted to see Israel make in an effort to restart the negotiations.” (“Obama, Netanyahu Emphasize Strength Of U.S.-Israel Ties,” CNN.com, 7/6/10)

Obama Spoke In May 2011 Calling For Israel To Withdraw To The 1967 Borders For A Two State Solution. “Forcefully stepping into an explosive Middle East debate, President Barack Obama on Thursday endorsed a key Palestinian demand for the borders of its future state and prodded Israel to accept that it can never have a truly peaceful nation based on ‘permanent occupation.’ Obama’s urging that a Palestinian state be based on 1967 borders — before the Six Day War in which Israel occupied East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza — was a significant shift in the U.S. approach. It drew an immediate negative response from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is to meet with Obama at the White House Friday.” (Ben Feller, “Obama Urges Israel To Go Back To 1967 Borders,” The Associated Press, 5/19/11)

  • Headline: “Democrats Join Republicans In Questioning Obama’s Policy On Israel.” (Peter Wallsten, “Democrats Join Republicans In Questioning Obama’s Policy On Israel,” Washington Post, 5/24/11)
  • Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV): “The place where negotiating will happen must be at the negotiating table – and nowhere else.” (Josh Gerstein, “Harry Reid Rebukes Barack Obama Over Israel,” Politico, 5/24/11)

Obama Defense Secretary To Israel: “Just Get To The Damned Table”:

Obama Defense Secretary Blames Israel For Administration’s Failure On Middle East, Saying “Just Get To The Damned Table.” “Defense Secretary Leon Panetta called on Israel Friday to ‘reach out and mend fences’ with Turkey, Egypt and other security partners in the Middle East, saying he is troubled by the Jewish state’s growing isolation in the volatile region. He also urged Israeli leaders to do more to restart peace talks with the Palestinians and underscored President Barack Obama’s determination to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons. … In a question-and-answer session with his audience after his speech, Panetta was asked what Israel should do to get peace talks back on track. ‘Just get to the damned table,’ Panetta replied.” (“Pentagon Chief Laments Israel’s Growing ‘Isolation’ From Traditional Partners Like Turkey,” The Associated Press, 12/2/11)

Obama Ambassador To Belgium And Fundraiser “Blames Israel For Anti-Semitism”:

Weekly Standard: “Obama Fundraiser And Ambassador Blames Israel For Anti-Semitism.” “The U.S. ambassador to Belgium, Howard Gutman, recently told a conference hosted by the European Jewish Union that Israel is to blame for growing anti-Semitism harbored by people of Muslim faith. ‘A distinction should be made between traditional anti-Semitism, which should be condemned and Muslim hatred for Jews, which stems from the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians,’ Gutman reportedly said, according to the Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth. ‘He also argued that an Israeli-Palestinian peace treaty will significantly diminish Muslim anti-Semitism.’ According to the account in the Israeli paper, ‘The legal experts at the event were visibly stunned by Gutman’s words, and the next speaker offered a scathing rebuttal to the envoy’s remarks.’” (Daniel Halper, “Obama Fundraiser And Ambassador Blames Israel For Anti-Semitism,” Weekly Standard’s “The Blog,” 12/3/11)

  • ABC News: “US Ambassador Under Fire For Comments On Anti-Semitism.” “The US Ambassador to Belgium, Howard Gutman, finds himself under fire this morning for comments he made about the roots of some Muslim anti-Semitism, comments from which the White House distanced itself. Yedioth Ahronoth, an Israeli newspaper, reported Friday that Gutman told a Jewish conference on anti-Semitism organized by the European Jewish Union that – as the newspaper described it – ‘a distinction should be made between traditional anti-Semitism, which should be condemned and Muslim hatred for Jews, which stems from the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.’” (Jake Tapper, “US Ambassador Under Fire For Comments On Anti-Semitism,” ABC News, 12/4/11)

“One Of The Worst U.S.-Israeli Feuds In Memory” Occurred Under Obama In 2010:

The Associated Press: “One Of The Worst U.S.-Israeli Feuds In Memory.” “A U.S. envoy’s postponement of his Mideast trip appeared Tuesday to deepen one of the worst U.S.-Israeli feuds in memory — even as Israel’s foreign minister signaled his government had no intention of curtailing the contentious construction at the heart of the row.” (Amy Teibel, “US Mideast Envoy Cancels Jerusalem Trip, Deepening Feud With Israel,” The Associated Press, 3/16/10)

The Washington Post: The Dispute’s Dramatic Escalation Came “At The Direct Impetus Of Mr. Obama.” “The dispute’s dramatic escalation since then seems to have come at the direct impetus of Mr. Obama. Officials said he outlined points for Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to make in a searing, 45-minute phone call to Mr. Netanyahu on Friday.” (Editorial, “The U.S. Quarrel With Israel,” The Washington Post, 3/16/10)

Obama FY 2013 Budget Seeks UNESCO Funding Despite Recognition Of Palestinian Statehood:

Obama’s FY 2013 Budget Asks “Congress To Waive A Ban On Funding UNESCO Over Its Recognition Of Palestinian Statehood.” The Obama administration formally announced its intention to ask Congress to waive a ban on funding UNESCO over its recognition of Palestinian statehood. ‘The Department of State intends to work with Congress to seek legislation that would provide authority to waive restrictions on paying the U.S. assessed contributions to UNESCO,’ says a footnote in the budget that the White House submitted to Congress this month. The footnote was quoted in a press release issued Wednesday by Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), the chairwoman of the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, who says she plans to oppose such a waiver.” (Ron Kampeas, “Obama Administration To Seek Waiver On UNESCO Funding Ban,” Jewish Telegraph Agency, 2/15/12)

Funding UNESCO “Was Stopped Late Last Year Because Of Laws Banning U.S. Funding Of Any International Organization That Recognizes Palestinian Statehood In The Absence Of A Peace Agreement With Israel.” “U.S. funding for UNESCO, the United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organization, was stopped late last year because of laws banning U.S. funding of any international organization that recognizes Palestinian statehood in the absence of a peace agreement with Israel.” (Ron Kampeas, “Obama Administration To Seek Waiver On UNESCO Funding Ban,” Jewish Telegraph Agency, 2/15/12)