Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

What doe's Oabma think of Israel?

Doe's anyone know what Obama thinks of Israel? All former Presidents have regonized Israel right to exist. Where doe's Obama stand on this issue?

4 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Obama recognized Israel's right to exist, but he refuse to shine Jewish shoes in the Oval office

    Jews = man made Gods

    When Americans pissed off the Gods this is what happen!!!


    During the past few months a small group of neoconservative Jews, many of whom hold key positions in the world of official Jewish institutions, have been working to undermine the presidential candidacy of Barack Obama with a series of carefully planted character assassinations and deliberately misleading innuendo. I noticed this trend when Debra Feuer, a counsel for the American Jewish Committee, sent a confidential memo to her counterparts at other organizations criticizing Obama's views on the Middle East, Iran and Syria and attacking him for having once appeared at a fundraiser headlined by the late Edward Said. The memo, reported by the Forward, was immediately disowned, but not denied, by AJC executive director David Harris.

    Also throwing his hatchet into the ring was Morton Klein, who heads up the Likud-loving Zionist Organization of America, complaining that "Barack Obama doesn't understand the continuing Arab war against Israel" and terming the notion of an Obama presidency "frightening." He was joined by Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice president of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the umbrella group that professes to speak for all American Jews. Hoenlein told the Israeli daily Ha'aretz that Obama's talk of "change" could prove "an opening for all kinds of mischief" and gave voice to what he termed "a legitimate concern over the zeitgeist around the campaign." The Tennessee Republican Party issued a news release noting what it claimed was "a growing chorus of Americans concerned about the future of the nation of Israel, the only stable democracy in the Middle East, if Sen. Barack Hussein Obama is elected president of the United States."


    Summary: During the February 26 Democratic primary debate, Tim Russert repeatedly questioned Sen. Barack Obama about his endorsement by Louis Farrakhan without noting that the campaign was quoted criticizing Farrakhan in the very article Russert cited to note the minister's support, that Obama himself said in a speech the day before the debate that he is a "consistent denunciator of Louis Farrakhan," or that Obama denounced Farrakhan's comments in his response to Russert's initial question on the subject.


    January 16, 2008, 9:31AM

    The online Jewish smear campaign against Barack Obama has now attracted attention from some prominent Jewish leaders. The heads of the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, the Simon Wiesenthal Center and other prominent Jewish organizations have circulated an open letter absolutely condemning the smears, before they might influence too many Jewish voters

    "These tactics attempt to drive a wedge between our community and a presidential candidate based on despicable and false attacks and innuendo based on religion," the letter says. "We reject these efforts to manipulate members of our community into supporting or opposing candidates."



    While campaigning on behalf of Hillary Clinton this week, former Senator Bob Kerrey became the fourth Clinton supporter this month to raise a false smear against Barack Obama, one of her main rivals for the Democratic nomination. Adopting the bigoted language of lies that have circulated about Obama on the Internet, Kerrey falsely implied that Obama attended an Islamist school; falsely said that Obama had "chosen" to be Christian; and falsely claimed Obama was repelled by his own middle name. Obama is actually a life-long Christian and a member of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. In January, CNN debunked the smears against him, reporting that allegations that he "was educated in a radical Muslim school known as a ‘madrassa' are not accurate." In October, The Nation's Chris Hayes traced how false emails about Obama have gained traction online.

    The largest media conglomerate today is AOL-Time Warner, created when AOL bought Time Warner for $160 billion in 2000. The merger brought together Steve Case, a Gentile, as chairman of AOL-TW, and Time Warner chairman Gerald Levin, a Jew, as the CEO. Although AOL-TW isn't (yet) run entirely by Jews, the effect of this blend of leadership between a White capitalist whose biggest concern is money and a racially conscious Jew will be gradually to increase the Jewish influence within AOL. Steve Case won't complain when Gerald Levin begins hiring mostly Jews to fill key positions beneath him because Case's own profits won't be affected. After Case dies or retires, the Jews will have complete control at AOL.

    Before the merger, AOL was the largest Internet service provider in America, and it will now be used as an online platform for the Jewish content from Time Warner.

    In July 2001, AOL Time Warner announced that yet another Jew, Walter Isaacson, formerly the editorial director of Time, Inc., will become the new chairman and CEO of CNN News Group, which oversees the news empire that Ted Turner built.

    Americans = Jewish Milk Cows…………….. MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Long time!!

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    we are extensive israel supporters interior the U. S. thats probable why the midsection east hates us lots as they dont even have self assurance it has a superb to exist..... it may disappointed various the jewish inhabitants if we gave up on Israel we are actually not aligned with Iran- i think we stumble on them destructive so in the event that they attack Israel we'd probable be for Israel yet that gets difficult as a results of fact the midsection east hates Israel---- and us......... the determination of conflict isn't totally as much as Obama- he provides very final approval so it may be as much as congress and so directly to act yet i think Israel could anticipate us to assist them- despite if the finished u . s . of Israel is military as a results of fact they constantly could be poised for attack.... Iran attacking them could have the approval of most of the midsection east esp Palestinians so i dont know if we could p.c. to flow there

  • harry
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Like any politician that wants to get elected he stands by Israel. One cannot oppose Israel and expect to win the election, it just can't happen. AIPAC would never allow it.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He says he will be Israels friend. He also said he would never denounce his spiritual leader Rev. Wright. He can't be trusted.

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