GOD’S NOT DONE WITH THE JEWISH PEOPLE

GOD’S NOT DONE WITH THE JEWISH PEOPLE

It’s no secret. The President of the United States, Barack Obama, despises Israel. But what is even more apparent is his hatred for Israel’s leader, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. We now know that Obama did everything possible behind the scenes to sabotage Netanyahu’s recent re-election. Fortunately, Obama’s attempts to undermine Netanyahu’s campaign backfired. When Israeli citizens saw Obama’s open disdain for their Prime Minister, it turned the election — which had been a tight race — into a landslide victory for Netanyahu.

In my opinion, Israel’s decision to re-elect Bibi Netanyahu may have been as much a vote against Obama as a vote in favor of Netanyahu. Even when Barack Obama first ran for the office of US President in 2008, polls showed that a vast majority of Israelis opposed him. Unlike a majority of American Jews at the time, Israeli Jews did not trust Obama. His very pro-UN positions on Israeli/Palestinian issues deeply concerned them. Yet, despite his well-known positions Americans voted him into power; then elected him a second time, fully aware of what he stood for.

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http://standupforthetruth.com/2015/05/gods-not-done-with-the-jewish-people/

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One Response to GOD’S NOT DONE WITH THE JEWISH PEOPLE

  1. First off, if God is “done” with any of us, not just the Jewish people, we’re in big trouble. Secondly, Obama and Netanyahu dislike each other personally, and are on different sides of the political divide. That isn’t the same thing as “despising Israel”. We give billions to support Israel each year, and sell them weapons and technology, and Obama hasn’t tried to obstruct it. They receive a level of military and political support beyond that of any other foreign ally.

    If you think Netanyahu won a landslide, you either haven’t read about it, or don’t understand Israeli politics. The Knesset has 120 seats. Bibi’s party (Likud) won 30, the largest amount, but not even close to a majority. He was able to form a coalition with other parties to reach control of 61 seats, the barest minimum, only two hours from deadline. For the next term he will have to grant large favors and concessions for any piece of legislation he wants passed.

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