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RB:From our friends at AFSI (Americans For A Safe Israel) PRETENSE ABOUT THE "TWO-STATE SOLUTION" MUST END!! How long will America, the UN, and even Israel continue to talk about a "Two-State Solution" that is a total mockery and has been since the idea was first proposed? The PLO/Fatah has never changed its charter calling for Israel's destruction. On November 29, the leader of the PA, Mahmoud Abbas, went to the General Assembly at the United Nations where he received overwhelming approval of an upgrade in the PA status. This will enable him to bring Israel before the International Court of Justice, accusing it of "crimes against humanity". This is all quite intolerable. To add insult to injury, Hamas and Fatah have now joined forces. Hamas also calls for Israel's destruction in its charter. Despite this, President Obama seeks to ignore Israel's sovereignty and declares that building in the E1 corridor in Jerusalem is an obstruction to "peace." AFSI asks, "How long will it take for the Israelis and the . ...
President Obama has received harsh criticism from both sides for refusing to meet with any world leaders during the United Nations General Assembly in New York City this week. He did, however, agree to appear on "The View" for a sit-down interview. But Joy Behar, an outspoken liberal...
Prime Minister Netanyahu Calls on the World to Protect Itself Standing before the United Nations General Assembly, Israel's Prime Minister demonstrated that the radical Islamic regime in Iran has entered the final stage toward attaining a nuclear weapon. In a dramatic presentation, Benjamin Netanyahu urged the world to put Iran on notice: by drawing a Red Line that Iran must respect or face world action. You can watch Prime Minister Netanyahu's compelling address. Prime Minister Netanyahu cited President Kennedy's heroic stand against Communist Russia installing weapons in Cuba. This Red Line stopped the spread of missiles, and led to decades of peace. Prime Minister Netanyahu urged President Obama and the rest of the world to follow Kennedy's example, before it is too late. Secure America Now is broadcasting Prime Minister Netanyahu's message across TV Ads. Many of you have asked us what you can do. Almost 10 days ago, we committed to spending 1 Million dollars to air this ad in Florida. Thanks to you, o ...
Parker: You Can't Promote Freedom Abroad as it Disappears at Home By Star Parker October 1, 2012 Baseball player Yogi Berra once said, "You can observe a lot by watching." Simple wisdom, that President Obama is not likely to heed. In order to observe, you have to want to look at the truth that's actually out there. With reality so different from how our president wishes to portray it, he has little interest in seeing things as they really are. This past week, the president delivered a "Kumbaya" appeal to the current session of the United Nations General Assembly. The pitch, about peaceful resolution of disputes, tolerance and free speech, was clearly aimed at Muslim nations. The following day, Egypt's newly elected Muslim Brotherhood president, Mohammed Morsi, stood before the General Assembly and gave his reply. No thanks. Sure, Egypt will respect free speech, as long as it does not offend "one specific religion or culture." The message we got from candidate Obama in 2008 was that the rift between the Mu ...
President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney hold their first debate Wednesday from the campus of the University of Denver. Watch for all the latest coverage from the election. Today's programming highlights... 9:00 am ET -- The final day of debate at the United Nations General Assembly begins in New York. Representatives from Syria, Cuba and North Korea are expected to speak. 1:00 pm ET -- Vice President Joe Biden makes remarks at the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Program Transition Ceremy at the Pentagon. 7:50 pm ET -- GOP vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan kicks off a two-day “Real Recovery” bus tour on the campus of Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. 9:15 pm ET -- GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks at a rally for supporters at a museum in Denver. CNN.com Live is your home for breaking news as it happens.
President Obama spoke to the United Nations General Assembly in New York - and what a disappointing speech it was. He should have used the international platform to make an unapologetic case for freedom. The President failed the American people—and America’s allies—in five major ways. 1. He failed to give a robust defense of free speech. In tripping over the YouTube video that was offensive to Muslims, the President seemed to validate other countries’ disregard for freedom of speech: "I know that not all countries in this body share this particular understanding of the protection of free speech. We recognize that. But in 2012, at a time when anyone with a cell phone can spread offensive views around the world with the click of a button, the notion that we can control the flow of information is obsolete. The question, then, is how we respond." He also admonished people for offending others, saying, “The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam. Yet to be credible, those wh ...
Here is how the White House described the call: "President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke today as part of their regular consultations, and to follow up on Secretary Clinton's meeting with the Prime Minister. The two leaders discussed a range of security issues, and the President reaffirmed his and our country's unshakeable commitment to Israel's security. The two leaders underscored that they are in full agreement on the shared goal of preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. The Prime Minister welcomed President Obama's commitment before the United Nations General Assembly to do what we must to achieve that goal. The two leaders took note of the close cooperation and coordination between the Governments of the United States and Israel regarding the threat posed by Iran—its nuclear program, proliferation, and support for terrorism—and agreed to continue their regular consultations on this issue going forward." ~ Excerpts from article, 'Obama, Netanyahu discusses Iran Nuclear Progr ...
posted at 11:01 am on September 27, 2012 by Howard Portnoy Midtown Manhattan has been the scene of much religious reflection and blasphemy of late. One act of solemn reflection took place at the 140-year-old Central Synagogue on 55th Street, where Jews assembled on Wednesday to observe Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. While they prayed, a few blocks away a man who has called the state of Israel a “malignant cancer” prayed as well—for their and its destruction. In his speech before the United Nations General Assembly (video here), outgoing Iranian “President” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad asked God to bring “a new order” that “will do away with … everything that distances us.” If the intent wasn’t clear enough, he later explained in an interview with the Associated Press that he expects that Israel will soon become an “historical footnote.” Today the blaspheming continues at the Edward Tyler Nahem Gallery on 57th Street, where the state-sponsored “artwork” *** Christ ...
Speaking to the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama remembers Ambassador Chris Stevens and delivers a defense of both free speech and the spirit of tolerance.
U.S. Rep. Allen West, R-Palm Beach Gardens, didn't think much of President Obama's speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday. Obama's speech
.September 26th, 2012 | Tags: Americans, cell phone, FOOD, inflation, Spending | Category: Uncategorized | Leave a comment The Presidency Has Become A Joke truthingold.blogspot.com / By Dave in Denver / September 26, 2012 As heads of government arrived in New York on Monday to attend the opening of the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama also made his way to Manhattan but to see a different group of world leaders: Barbara, Elisabeth, Joy, Sherri and Whoopi…It bordered on scandalous that Obama, joined by the First Lady, would make time to sit down with the women of “The View” even as he declined foreign leaders’ requests to meet with him one on one in New York this week. – Dana Milbank, Washington Post LINK I get a kick out of everyone who thinks that they can make a difference by voting. Clearly the majority of people in this country have never heard about the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission Supreme Court Decision, which essentially allows corporations and wealth ...
Obama Skips Diplomacy With World Leaders, Makes Time For 'The View' Posted 09/25/2012 06:47 PM EST Leadership: President Obama declined to meet any world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly this week, but found time to guest star on "The View." Lost in the celebrity-in-chief's choice: American interests. For a president who lectured about the primacy of diplomacy in his hour-long address to the U.N., he sure didn't make time to practice any. Instead of taking the annual opportunity to hold bilateral sideline meetings with allies and partners about urgent issues, as all presidents do, an Obama aide told an obviously aghast New York Times reporter: "Look, if he met with one leader, he would have to meet with 10," and "in this election year, campaigning trumped meetings with world leaders." Which is about the size of it. The president's priority in New York was to go on the televised hen party known as "The View" and any meeting with the leader of mortally threatened Israel, or of China-menaced Ja ...
President Obama warns in United Nations General Assembly speech that time is ... - New York Daily News
As the United Nations General Assembly gets underway and leaders from around the world begin to congregate in New York City, President Obama seemingly downgraded Israel's traditional status as the clo
President Obama will be among the world leaders arriving in New York on Monday, but unlike other presidents or Prime Ministers, Obama will defer on United Nations General Assembly business and go directly to a daytime TV interview.
In an interview with Robert Gibbs, a senior Obama campaign advisor with Chris Wallace on FOX this afternoon...World leaders will gather this week in New York at the United Nations General Assembly, but President Obama will not be holding any private meetings with any of them. Wallace asked, “The president has blocked out time to appear on The View on Tuesday. So he has time for Whoopi Goldberg, but he doesn’t have time for world leaders?”
Where does our sitting President stand on these pressing human rights issue for Israel to live in peace without these outrageous threats... ? Israeli Embassy Briefing: Next week, the spotlight of the international community will be focused on New York as President Obama (9/25), Prime Minister Netanyahu (9/27), President Abbas (9/27), President Ahmadinejad (9/26), and other world leaders speak at the United Nations General Assembly. Iranian President Ahmadinejad will address the UN General Assembly on September 26th, the Jewish Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). It is important for Iranian officials to be pressured at the upcoming UN General Assembly and wherever they make appearances around the globe. Iran’s genocidal rhetoric, human rights abuses, calls for the annihilation of a UN member state, support of the brutalization in Syria, and military nuclear program must not be normalized. There must be zero tolerance for Iran’s deplorable behavior. The hateful regime should experience complete isolation thr ...
He just sickens me. Obama offers to meet with new Egyptian President Morsi By Meghashyam Mali - 07/09/12 07:58 AM ET President Obama has invited Egypt's new president to meet him in New York when the United Nations General Assembly convenes in September, an administration official confirmed to The Hill. The invitation to Mohammed Morsi, a member of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, a group with a violent past, could raise concerns among lawmakers who have questioned continued U.S. support for Egypt. The Obama administration has taken steps to reach out to Morsi, arguing he is committed to the Arab Spring revolution and will respect the results of democratic elections. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to meet Morsi on Saturday. The Egyptian leader's visit to the United States was first reported by Reuters. “President Obama extended an invitation to President Morsi to visit the United States when he attends the U.N. General Assembly in September," Egyptian aide Yasser Ali reportedly said af ...
Revelations Ch. 2 V.8-9 8 And unto the angel of the church in Smyrna write; These things saith the first and the last, which was dead, and is alive; 9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan. - Israel says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to meet with President Obama at the U.N. but was turned down. The issue threatens to spill into the campaign. WASHINGTON — The White House struggled Tuesday to dispel reports that it had snubbed a request for a meeting this month from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as friction between the two allies again burst into the open. As Netanyahu stepped up his criticism of President Obama's approach to the Iran nuclear threat, Israeli officials disclosed that Netanyahu had sought unsuccessfully to schedule a meeting with Obama at the upcoming United Nations General Assembly session in New York. Netanyahu's office had been told, ...
Response from Marco Rubio regarding U.N. arms treaty: Dear Mr. Hadley, Thank you for contacting me regarding the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty. I'm grateful for your thoughts and for the opportunity to respond. As you may know, in October 2009, under the direction of President Obama, the U.S. voted to participate in the negotiation of United Nations Arms Trade Treaty in the United Nations General Assembly. The purpose of this treaty is to create a set of international standards for the import, export and transfer of conventional arms. The U.N. held a conference in July of 2012 to finalize this agreement, but the conference ended without a final deal. As the process currently stands, I am concerned that the Arms Trade Treaty poses serious dangers to the constitutional rights of Americans. Our Second Amendment rights are not negotiable. It is evident to me that certain parts of the treaty challenge our individual freedoms. One clear example is the limitation of the transfer of arms within Member States ...
President Obama should be “direct and unambiguous” when he meets with Egyptian leader Mohammed Morsi on the margins of the United Nations General Assembly in September, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee said Tuesday. Rep.
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