What a bunch of cowards.
As Written By Allen B. West:
If you haven’t been paying attention, there’s something very dangerous and nefarious happening with regard to the future of the state of Israel. In these final days before the exit of Barack Obama, we see an all-out assault by the global, progressive, socialist Left, and their accomplices of despots, autocrats, and Islamo-fascists, to undermine the existence of Israel.
On the Friday before Christmas, can you believe the Obama administration abstained from the UN Security Council vote that condemned Israel over “settlements?” We must once again reiterate that term is used to delegitimize Israel’s right to build neighborhoods and communities for its people.
How can it be that one single nation can be so vilified for its existence? And so, ol’ Barry Soetoro, as part of his scorched earth policy, has unleashed the hounds of hell by assisting in the creation of UN Security Council Resolution 2334, and enabling it to pass. Then, Obama dispatched his henchman, Secretary of State John Kerry, to go on an almost 90-minute rant against Israel. If that’s what friendship looks like, Israel is gonna be far better off when Obama departs. And what makes this particular brand of nomadic, violent, terror-prone Arabs so special to the left?
We now know French President Hollande is going to host a peace conference on January 15 — five days before the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump. There’s no doubt there’s a focused move to box in an incoming Trump administration in matters of Middle East policy.
As reported by Reuters, “France will convene some 70 countries on Jan. 15 for a Middle East peace conference in Paris…and will invite the Israeli and Palestinian leaders to meet separately at its conclusion. France has repeatedly tried to breathe new life into the peace process this year, holding a preliminary conference in June where the United Nations, European Union, United States and major Arab countries gathered to discuss proposals without the Israelis or Palestinians present.
The plan was to hold a follow-up conference before the end of the year with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas involved to see whether the two sides could be brought back to negotiations and revive moribund peace talks. Netanyahu had repeatedly rejected the conference proposal.
“France is still determined to hold a conference in Paris to reaffirm the necessity of a two-state solution,” Jean-Marc Ayrault told journalists. “January 15 is the date that has been fixed and 70 countries are invited. We are not going to give up now.” A French diplomatic source said invitations would also be sent …..
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