No one can sit in a church for 20 years, listen to Rev Wright have him for a friend and be pro-Israel. Not going to happen but the media was so quick to throw Wright under the bus when Obama gave the order that very little came out about the Black Theology taught in his church. Wright, himself, is a 'former' Muslim who is good friends with the Nation of Islam leader Farrenkhan who their church honored yet Obama wants us to think he never knew about Rev Wright.
Unfortunately, some of the Jewish Obama supporters are waking up to the fact after the Cairo speech and then the UN speech that Obama supports the Palestinian (Islamic) view of Israel. They believed what he said during the campaign, and the media made sure that facts were hidden that might shine the light of day on who Obama really is. Do we even know today the true Barack Hussein Obama which is a scary thought?
Jewish Leader: Jewish Support for Obama Sinking Fast
Thursday, October 8, 2009 2:56 PM
By: Ronald Kessler
Previously overwhelming support for President Obama among Jews is sinking fast, Morton Klein, president of the Zionist Organization of America, tells Newsmax.
Klein cites a recent Gallup Poll that found Obama’s approval rating among Jews in America has slipped from 83 percent in January to 64 percent.
“I give a lecture almost every week around the country to Jewish groups,” says Klein, whose organization of 30,000 members is the oldest pro-Israel group in the country. “I began to see serious concern after Obama’s speech in Cairo, in which he equated Palestinian suffering to Jewish suffering during the Holocaust, a ridiculous analogy. He said the Palestinian situation is equivalent to U.S. blacks in America before the civil rights movement, implying that Jews are oppressors.”
Jews became even more anxious when Obama gave the Presidential Medal of Freedom to “two of the most virulent anti-Israel people in the world, Mary Robinson of Ireland and Desmond Tutu of South Africa,” Klein says.
“More recently in the United Nations speech, Obama coupled supporting Israeli security with Israel fulfilling Palestinian claims and rights,” Klein says. “He could have said, I support Israel security, and I want Israel to fulfill Palestinian claims and rights. But he didn’t say that. He used the word couple, linking it.”
That linkage “has never been made by any president, ever,” Klein notes. “So that was an astonishingly new statement. This really frightens both Christian and American Jewish supporters of Israel.”
When it comes to Israel, “It’s tragic to realize that Obama’s sympathies and feelings are not that far from his mentor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright,” Klein says.
Based on the president’s speeches and many of his foreign policy appointments, Klein thinks Obama “may become the most hostile president to Israel ever.”
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