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Netanyahu’s Building Freeze Due to Threats by Barack Obama

Posted by Glezele Vayne on December 1, 2009

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According to political analyst Mordechai Taub, who was recently interviewed by Yehudah HaKohen on his regular radio show,  aired on Israel National Radio “The Struggle”, President Barack Obama seriously threatened Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Audio: For the Freedom of Zion

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Oy vey. All this tsuris. Az mah la’asot?

Posted by Glezele Vayne on May 6, 2009

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For my non-Jewish readers, that translates something like, “Holey Moley, all this trouble.” Now slap your hand on your forehead, gasp a bit and say “So, now what do we do?” There a little Yiddish and Hebrew lesson all in one, complete with a bit of Middle Eastern drama.

Okay, so here’s some things to do that might help. I have just learned that the phones in Washington, DC are ringing off the walls with supporters of the two-state solution (i.e. the “piece plan”).  Sidenote: This is just the PLO’s “phased” plan of destruction, outlined in their covenant which, BTW, has not been changed one iota.

The fact that the phones are ringing off the walls supporting the two-state suicide plan does not mean there are more detractors of Israel than there are supporters in America. The government, eh…kind of wishy-washy, but the people are known for their overwhelming support of Israel. There are many Americans who are misinformed, due to a lack of accurate information on the MSM, but I believe this phone ringing thing I am hearing about is mostly evidence of a difference between liberal and conservative lifestyles.

Liberals (the hard left, not old school liberals) are overwhelmingly pro-Pali, (they like anything totalitarian, but that’s a whole ‘nuther book) and politics is pretty much their religion. Conservatives are usually busy with family and true religious obligations, and are not front and center 110% focused on politics.

So, we need to plotz the kids in front of a video game or a movie for a few minutes, catch our breath, get ourselves to the phone or on the computer and make ourselves heard. The vast majority of Americans are hearty supporters of Israel, but our senators and representatives won’t act on our convictions unless we tell them what they are. I know, they follow polls on everything else, so why not this? Maybe the polls aren’t accurate? I’m being optimistic. One letter, email or phone call, in their eyes, usually represents 20 people, because typically, only 1 out of 20 people bother writing, emailing or calling (leftists excluded).

House Contacts:

www.house.gov – House of Representatives

House Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia

The chairman is New York Representative  Gary Ackerman

Senate contacts:

Chairman Casey of Near East Subcommittee of the US Senate

For a wealth of information, or if you want to contact David Bedein:

www.Israelbehindthenews.com

bedein@thebulletin.us.

Mr. Bedein can bring experts over on the Fatah to the US,  Canada and Europe. If anyone would like to help bring these experts over to speak, Mr. Bedein can find sponsors. He  emphasizes that the Fatah is still at war with Israel and it hasn’t changed. Despite the many words uttered by Yasir Arafat regarding the “peace of the brave”, besides the handshake with Yitzhak Raibn, the PA parliament never approved any peace agreement between Israel and the PA.

Jay Shapiro aired a relevant radio show on the 3rd of this month, discussing the basis of the Arab/Israeli conflict. Small portions are a a bit outdated, in that Mr. Shapiro speculates incorrectly (I’m sure he’s disappointed) on how Prime Minister Netanyahu will respond to US pressure for immediate territorial concessions.

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