- The Washington Times - Tuesday, May 26, 2009



Iran is playing President Obama for a fool by trying to delay negotiations with the United States. By stalling, Iran hopes to complete its missile and nuclear programs for the purpose of destroying Israel and dominating the entire region. Mr. Obama and his advisers have been pushing for the so-called Saudi Arabian peace plan, whose ultimate objective is not peace but the destruction of Israel. The plan calls for the absolute right of return of the Arab descendants of those who chose to leave during the 1948 war.

Although his term in office has been brief, Mr. Obama will go down in history as one of the presidents least favorable toward Israel. With the recent Senate resolutions cautioning Mr. Obama on his stance toward Israel, an unfortunate theme has become apparent, thanks in part to an unfortunate conglomerate of personalities. The list includes the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, William Ayers and Columbia professor Rashid Khalidi. You get the picture. It seems that we have a president who does not appreciate democratic governments and cannot differentiate between friends and enemies.


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