Obama Administration Tightening Noose on Israel

The Obama Administration is constricting Israel by denying its legitimacy and endangering Israel’s security by allegedly losing missiles that could possibly wind up in the hands of Islamic terrorists. They are also cheering on Israel’s release of prisoners who have launched attacks on the Jewish state, and ignoring rocket attacks on Israel from neighboring areas.

  • Constricting the Jewish state: State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said Monday that the Obama Administration had "serious" concerns vis-à-vis Israel’s announcement on Sunday that it would build 1,200 new homes in East Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria. Harf said, "These announcements do come at a particularly sensitive time, and we have made our serious concerns about this recent announcement known to the government of Israel. We do not accept the legitimacy of continued settlement activity."

  • Endangering Israel’s security: First, the Obama Administration managed to allegedly lose 400 missiles from an annex in Libya. Joe DiGenova, who represents Benghazi whistleblower Mark Thompson, told Washington D.C’s WMAL 400 U.S. missiles were "diverted to Libya" and wound up in "the hands of some very ugly people." There is no evidence that these missiles have been used against Israel, but the proliferation of arms to terrorist groups across the Middle East has created increased threats to American allies, including Israel. Second, the Obama Administration praised Israel for releasing 104 prisoners, some of whom have committed violent acts against Israelis. Harf said, "...the Israeli government is also taking a very difficult but necessary step as part of the peace negotiations to release a number of prisoners as well."

  • There has been no comment whatsoever from the Obama Administration regarding a rocket targeting Eilat in the early morning on Tuesday.


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