We just heard that Obama abstained from the UN Vote.
It is the Opinion of this website that What we call the President of the United States, Is an anti-semite through and through.
And maybe even one step further, He may be Anti-American orAnti – “Judeo–Christian values”
He has proven it in oh so many ways over the last eight years.
A President Donald J. Trump will have his hands full once in office trying to undo the things Obama did or in this case didn’t do, to correct the position of the US in World Affairs
We believe these moves he has made were planned acts to weaken this country and our Allies.
And now the press is twisting the story around. and are talking out the both sides of their mouths, Blaming President Elect Trump who wanted to Veto the action taken by the UN, ( TO STOP IT ) but Obama had her abstain, ( A NO VOTE ) allowed the terrorists to win in the Middle East including IRAN …
Can you see the BIG PICTURE ???
Samantha Powers Double talks herself at the United Nations
They say President Obama is facing widespread backlash from Republicans and some Democrats. I would say almost the ENTIRE COUNTRY ( USA )
How dare you Obama (United States) abstained from a vote on a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements, allowing the resolution to pass.
“Today’s passage of an ill-conceived resolution on Israeli settlements marks another shameful chapter in the bizarre anti-Israel history of the United Nations,” Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said in a statement Friday.
Thanks to that thing we call the President of the United States On Friday, the Security Council voted 14-0 on a resolution condemning Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory as a “flagrant violation” of international law that have “”no legal validity.” It demands a halt to “all Israeli settlement activities,” saying this “is essential for salvaging the two-state solution.”
Team Obama Lets U.N. Condemn Israel for Settlements
In a stinging rebuke to Israel, the United States abstained from a United Nations Security Council vote on a resolution that demands a halt to Israeli settlements, allowing the measure to pass despite vigorous bipartisan opposition at home.
State Department sent taxpayer funds to group trying to oust Netanyahu
By Natalie Johnson
Washington Free Beacon
The U.S. State Department funneled tax dollars to a group that worked to oust Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to a Senate report released Tuesday.
OneVoice Movement, a group that supports Israeli and Palestinian peace negotiations, received $465,000 in grants from the State Department during a 14-month period ending in November 2014, the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations report found.
Soon after receiving U.S. funds, OneVoice merged with Israeli group Victory 15, or V15, to launch a multimillion-dollar campaign in Israel with the goal to elect “anybody but Bibi,” a nickname for Netanyahu.
The State Department grants helped OneVoice build its political infrastructure, including voter contact lists, professionally trained organizers and activists, and an expanded social media platform, that was initially intended to mobilize the Israeli electorate to support peace negotiations.
In December 2014, a month after the group stopped receiving U.S. grants, OneVoice diverted its U.S.-funded political resources into its anti-Netanyahu campaign ahead of Israel’s 2015 election, according to the report.
OnceVoice CEO Marc Ginsberg emailed its new plan aimed at ousting Netanyahu to the State Department’s top diplomat in Jerusalem, Michael Ratney, during the grant period. The State Department deleted the correspondence despite the Federal Records Act requirement.
Three Palestinians Shot Dead After Attacks on Israeli Soldiers
Attacks by Palestinians against Israeli forces in the West Bank continue one of the worst waves of violence recent years
Christian faithful from around the world descended Thursday on the biblical city of Bethlehem for Christmas Eve celebrations at the traditional birthplace of Jesus, as an outburst of Israeli-Palestinian violence dampened the typically festive mood.
Before the celebrations began, Israeli authorities said three Palestinians involved in attacks against Israelis were killed in violence across the West Bank. Another Palestinian was killed in clashes with Israeli troops, a Palestinian hospital official said.
Bethlehem has been a focal point for clashes between Israeli troops and Palestinian protesters during the three month-long wave of violence that has gripped the region. While the annual festivities in the city’s Manger Square were set to go on, other celebrations in the city were cancelled or toned down because of the violence.
“We’re in Bethlehem celebrating Christmas, celebrating the birthday of our lord Jesus Christ. This is the birthplace of the king of peace so what we want is peace,” said Rula Maayah, the Palestinian Tourism Minister.
Thousands of people were crowding into Manger Square, admiring the town’s Christmas tree and listening to holiday music played by marching bands and scout troops.
Since mid-September, Palestinian attacks have killed 20 Israelis, while Israeli fire has killed 124 Palestinians, among them 85 said by Israel to be attackers. The rest were killed in clashes with Israeli forces.
As the Bethlehem festivities got underway, Miral Siriani, a 35-year-old publicist from Jerusalem, said she was relieved to get a break from three months of tension that has included numerous attacks in her city.
“I feel safe in Bethlehem,” she said.
In recent years, Bethlehem had enjoyed a relative calm and thousands of revelers and pilgrims poured into Manger Square each Christmas. But vendors and hotel owners in the city have already complained of sagging business this Christmas season.
Some Palestinians hoped holiday cheer would replace the gloom. Said Nustas, dressed in a Santa Claus suit, rang a Christmas bell on a narrow asphalt street as he prepared to deliver gifts from a toy store to children nearby.
“The situation is what it is, a war and intifada,” Nustas said. “But God willing, we’ll overcome it and celebrate.”
Latin Patriarch Fouad Twal led a procession from his Jerusalem headquarters into Bethlehem, passing through Israel’s concrete separation barrier, which surrounds much of the town. Israel built the barrier a decade ago to stop a wave of suicide bombings. Palestinians view the structure as a land grab that has stifled Bethlehem’s economy.
In Bethlehem, Twal wished “peace and love” for all.
Twal will lead worshippers in a Midnight Mass at the Church of the Nativity, built atop the spot where Christians believe Jesus was born.
PM Netanyahu Holds Press Conference for the International Media
Netanyahu Speaks @ 9:34
Published on Oct 15, 2015
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a press conference for the foreign press, along with Foreign Ministry Director General Dr. Dore Gold and National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen. xxx tube%elastic tits