Skip to comments.Is Obama compromised by his ties to Hamas?
Posted on 07/30/2014 7:53:51 AM PDT by lifeofgrace
A number of blogs have reported how Obama yelled at Binyamin Netanyahu on the phone on Sunday. I have to question why Obama is so upset at Israels current operation to eliminate terror tunnels, when he usually stays so calm.
When he speaks with world leaders like Vladimir Putin, French PM Hollande, and British PM David Cameron, Obama doesnt yell. And when those leaders speak with Netanyahu, they dont presume to yell at him. Only Barack Hussein Obama yells at Netanyahu, scolding him like a schoolmaster to a student.
What possible motivation could Obama have?
Back in 2008, candidate then-Senator Obama had lots of contact with Hamas, then fired his middle east policy adviser when it was revealed. Its pretty well known that Gazans supported Obamas election, and ran a call center for him in 2008. Twenty-three year-old Ibrahim Abu Jayyeb, a student at Al Aqsa University, was the front-man for the pro-Obama movement.
Given the non-freedom of thought and action in Gaza, and limited access to technology and funds, especially for a mere college student, somebody in the Gaza hierarchyand that means Hamas leadershipmust have approved this.
One of those leaders is Khaled Mashaal, whom Time treats like a foreign dignitary, saved from Israeli assassination by Bill Clinton in 1997. Mashaal is the face of Hamas (given that everyone else wears face masks and fatigues), dressed in Armani suits, and hes not in Gaza. When Egypt sealed the border soon after Israel launched Operation Protective Edge, they continued letting in aid convoys from UAE and other gulf states. Some of these convoy members have been revealed as intelligence agents. Its a fair bet that these agents smuggled out senior Hamas leaders worried about their own fates.
Its no wonder that Mashaal isnt in Gaza; he and the other Hamas senior leaders sit issuing orders by cell phone from the penthouse of the Four Seasons in Doha.
This guy Khaled Mashaal, hes roaming around, five-star hotel suites in the Gulf states, hes having the time of his life, while hes deliberately putting his people as fodder for this horrible terrorist war that theyre conducting against us, Netanyahu told CNN on July 20.John Kerrys cease-fire plan also comes straight from the same people who are sheltering the likes of Mashaal. Uninvited to participate in talks with Egypt and Israel, the countries directly engaged with Hamas (militarily speaking), Kerry went to Qatar and Turkey. David Ignatius called this a big blunder in his Washington Post column.
The White House strongly denounced an alleged transcript of the call, that it called a fabrication, detailing a very tense conversation between Obama and Netanyahu, who are not known to be friends (in any sense of the word). Regardless of what was actually said, its fair to assume that Obama feels Israel should let the U.S. handle the brokering of a cease-fire.
Given Obamas historic ties to Hamas, that would not be wise. Not to delve into deep conspiracy theories here, but the question is valid: what does Obama owe leaders like Mashaal and others who supported him in 2008? What do they know that could further damage Obama, as if his approval rating could even get much lower.
Any leader who is compromised by foreign powers, not to mention terrorist leaders, should not be serving in the White House. Its time to ask some hard questions about Obamas motivations.
How can America’s present and future be possibly compromised just because it’s “leader” ia aligned with muslim terrorists, all who are hell bent on the destruction of the little satan and the big satan?
I just can’t wee any relationship.
... between me and that POS
American voters have Obama’s number. He could not win election today. Impeachment is not needed at this point.
Sheesh, after 5 years, someone asks this question?
What does he want? A Pulitzer Prize?
Interesting article. It makes the point that the had of Hamas is sitting in Qatar, one of the two countries that Obama and Kerry are pushing to “mediate” a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas.
I’m not sure what point the author is making about al-Quds University. As far as I know it has no campus in Gaza, and its three campuses are in or close to Jerusalem.
I haven’t seen any mention in any of these recent discussions about all those campaign contributions Obama got from Gaza. He owes them.
American voters SHOULD of had his number in 2008. Whatever people think of him now is totally irrelevant, the massive damage already done. Now Obama is just coasting downhill, waiting to open his Presidential Library which will have 2 books in it:
Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”
That is all.
There are do many ties to terrorists with this administration it would take years to input all the data into a relational database. It might astound the LIVs for one second then the’d dive right back into their phones
Of COURSE Obama will yell at Bibi. . .after all, in Lord Jugears’ eyes, he’s just another ebil joo, and the Qu’ran tells him how they are supposed to be treated. . .
The point is simply to state the facts...every source article about Ibrahim Abu Jayyeb mentions he’s a student at Al Quds. It must be relevant. The fact you’re bringing it up as a “point” proves that.
To ask the question is to answer it.
“American voters have Obamas number. He could not win election today. Impeachment is not needed at this point.”
I believe the release of the transcript was a diplomatic move to pre-empt Obama’s from brokering a cease-fire before the IDF has achieved its military objectives. It pins Obama against his already high negatives and his public perception as being incompetent in foreign affairs. It’s a brilliant political move & Obama is fuming about it.
I have no doubt that a conversation took place very much along the lines of that transcript. It’s fun watching Obama getting his @ss handed to him. The fact that John Kerry is also being dragged down is icing on the cake.
Obamalongadingdong is compromised by being a demon possessed malignant narcissist.
Do bears crap in the woods ?
I brought it ho because every other point seems to focus on Gaza and this single point seems to me to be the exception.
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