Skip to comments.Israel and Others in Mideast View Overtures of U.S. and Iran With Suspicion
Posted on 09/29/2013 6:21:28 AM PDT by Innovative
For Israel and Persian Gulf states like Saudi Arabia, President Obamas telephone call with President Hassan Rouhani of Iran on Friday was the geopolitical equivalent of discovering your best friend flirting with your main rival.
Though few nations have a greater interest in Mr. Obamas promise to stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb, his overtures to Mr. Rouhani were greeted with alarm here and in other Middle East capitals allied with the United States. They worry about Irans sincerity, and fear that Mr. Obamas desire for a diplomatic deal will only buy Iran time to continue a march toward building a nuclear weapon.
(Excerpt) Read more at nytimes.com ...
Everyone, except Obama can figure out what's going on -- which makes you wonder, is he that naïve or maybe he isn't and you know what that means...
Hmmm ... maybe Mosad could pull it off .... never thought of that.
Obama is a supporter of the Mullahs so this should not be a surprise. He made sure to never encourage their rebellions like he has in the other Muslim countries.
It’s a surprisingly good article, considering that it appeared in the NYT. I recommend reading it — they do include some realistic opinions.
Here is the link to the print version, all on one page:
Israel understand Iran:
The most critical problem with Iran is its aim of achieving nuclear weapons, but the problem with Iran is wider, added Mr. Steinitz, who led Israels delegation in a boycott of Mr. Rouhanis speech last week at the United Nations. Iran is not a peace-seeking country or regime on the contrary. Iran is maybe the most aggressive country in the world, and its not just against Israel.
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Except Obama won’t listen...
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Everyone can see reality — as I said, even Obama can’t be so naïve, as not to see it, and if he does see it and still proceeds to continue to befriend Iran, at the expense of Israel and other countries, even other Arab countries, well, then it’s deliberate, there is no other alternative explanation.
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His Excellency is interested in only one thing now...getting his face chizzled onto Rushmore. Afterall, he rated himself recently the 4th best president ever. His ambition knows no bounds and when he blunders from mistake to mistake, he picks up his lance and looks for another windmill...internationally now it is Iran. He has destroyed any prospect of relations with Russia, Lybia, Egypt, Isreal, England, amongst others. Remember how he was going to get the Olympic Games in the US and did not even make the final cut...of course not because the Media did not point that out as a PR disaster it was.
Domestically he has now piled onto O care. He is not going to back off that....he cannot because there are few other domestic issues beyond gun control (mostly lost) and amnesty for illegals (hopefully a dead issue) he can address without the money to throw at them. So, ole FUBARack will keep pushing that white whale and the US economy over the cliff.
It is terrible for the US to now have a leader from behind who has such few options to build upon. Judged by history he will be viewed as the person who ruined the US. For that he should get a statue in every latrine in the country so everyone can see exactly what he is and was.
In the meantime...
Al-Qaeda returns. The new face of terror
Yet the inconvenient truth is that, in the past 18 months, despite the relentless pummelling it has received and the defeats it has suffered, al-Qaeda and its jihadist allies have staged an extraordinary comeback. The terrorist network now holds sway over more territory and is recruiting more fighters than at any time in its 25-year history (see article). Mr Obama must reconsider.
Gee, that cannot be, Obama says it was killed off during his early years!
This is a Threat Matrix list documenting threats within and without. Anyone wanting on or off please advise.
Obama Urges Iranian President to Release Pastor Saeed
The list, Ping
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The Saudis are not our friends.
There is a saying that goes something like: “The enemy of my enemy is my friend”... We have common interests with the Saudis — they don’t want a nuclear Iran either.
Mr Steinitz gets it... And yeah, it's odd to see something this good in the New York Times - they're up to something ...
Israel and Others in Mideast View Overtures of U.S. and Iran With Suspicion
As well they should, it is the joining of a liberal fascist admnistration with an Islamofascist Iranian caliphate.They share the same visions on methods of establishing totalitarian states. This means nothing good for the rest of the world in general.
It never made sense that Iran claimed they wanted Nuclear power for peacefull purposes only while threatening to wipe Israel off the map.
The truth is known about the Iranian's intentions. The world knows what they're doing but it has the spine of a worm so nothing will be done to stop them.
Obama is either Neville Chamberlain II about to lose the world to Iran and Russia or he's a genius luring them into a trap.
Given his record so far, he's a fool's fool.
Only Netanyahu is speaking the truth and out loud.
Obama is letting him do this in order to isolate Israel, which is part of his overall plan with Zbig Brzezinski.
Either way, Israel looks bad. If she remains silent she is in deep sh*t. If she attacks, she is in deep sh*t. Either way, Obama looks like he deserved that Nobel prize for Peace.