What to Expect When President Obama Visits Israel

Photo: Isranet

Photo: Isranet

Barry Rubin, writing at PJ Media, has a lengthy prediction of what we can expect from President Obama’s upcoming trip to Israel – including a run-down of probable Israeli-U.S. discussions on a variety of regional hot-spots. On the two most important issues: the Iranian menace and the “peace process,” Rubin sees no movement.

Just as the issue is not that Obama hasn’t tried hard enough on the “peace process”–he tried, failed, and will fail if he tries again–the issue is not that Obama is “anti-Israel.” The latter problem is that his Arab and Islamist strategy is damaging toward Israel, as it is also to long-term U.S. interests, regional stability, Christians, women, moderates, and others. Equally, the problem is not that the Obama Administration hasn’t been trying to stop Iran’s nuclear program but that its efforts won’t work and its approach is wasting time. So what comes next?


Author: Stand For Israel | March 13, 2013
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  • Isobel
    March 15, 2013
    1:40 am
     

    President Obama remember the Islamic world calls America the great satan.America needs to pray for the peace of Jerusalem that your land and people will be blessed Jerusalem is the city of our God

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  • Sandy
    March 14, 2013
    8:12 pm
     

    You are right Beno! Prime Minister Netanyahu we pray for God’s discernment in every decision you make. God knows President Obama’s agenda!!

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  • Sharon
    March 14, 2013
    5:04 pm
     

    I do not support Obama and never will. Do not expect to much from this man. My country may never be the same after he finishes with us.

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  • Juliyah
    March 14, 2013
    3:04 pm
     

    With all this going on ” remember Gilad Shalit” in ur prayers. He’s still in danger from the enemies ! I love him .. His life is precious to God as all of ours is too❤

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  • Katie
    March 14, 2013
    2:36 pm
     

    Obama is not trustworthie, but he is selfserving.
    I don’t see how The P.M. of Israel could have coinfidence in a man that doesn’t even want God in his own life.
    Before taking stage in Chicago, he had a forrunner come out and ask for a show of hands as to who wanted God mentioned in the convention.
    I saw that coverage on CBN and never on the elite news media outlets.I pray for obama,but that doesn’t mean that I like him for my president

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  • William
    March 14, 2013
    1:32 pm
     

    Perhaps someone will preach the gospel to Obama. It certanly wouldn’t hurt?

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  • Hilja
    March 14, 2013
    11:39 am
     

    We can expect nothing that would help God’s chosen people or land.

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  • Stephen
    March 14, 2013
    10:24 am
     

    Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem, the capital City of our G_D, and Israel.

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  • Stan
    March 14, 2013
    4:53 am
     

    To I F C J , How is it that I never see any of my comments shown on line ?? Why. Not ?? Please reply to Stan. THANKYOU !

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  • Stan
    March 14, 2013
    4:47 am
     

    Well spoken Beno..!!!
    A leopard can not change it’s spots
    The Proverbial WOLF IN SHEEPS CLOTHING !!!!
    Watch your back Benjamin!!! Stay alert !!!you were born to be GOD,S MAN OF THE HOUR!

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  • Lulu
    March 14, 2013
    12:47 am
     

    “Be not afraid (Mr. Netahyahu and the people of Israel) I go before you always”. Rest assured, the Lord, is fighting for you. Yes, with God on your side nobody can shake you.

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  • Judah
    March 13, 2013
    11:28 pm
     

    I read Obama’s mother was Jew. Is it true?

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    • Marian
      March 14, 2013
      1:00 pm
       

      Wow, I have never heard this about Obama’s mother being Jewish, but I would also like to know the answer to this question.

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  • Teddy
    March 13, 2013
    11:46 am
     

    How do I put it kindly?….Mr. Obama, in my opinion, is in over his head, both intellectually and spiritually. It seems conceivable that Mr. Netahyahu might look at the U.S. President and ask: “Are the American People Serious?” The people of Israel and The United States need our prayers.

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  • dan
    March 13, 2013
    11:34 am
     

    For Obama’s trip to be a success the American President must formally announce, with a
    date-certain, the relocating America’s Embassy to Jerusalem. Doing so will be consistent with Public Law 104-45, “The Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995,”which the US Congress passed on 10/23/1995, and with reality, Jerusalem is Israel capital (in perpetuity,) for President Obama not to “bite-the-bullet,” and deal with the issue, would be a cop-out; or capitulation, to the Islamic world. It is time the United States, and President Obama do the right thing and bring the United States Embassy to Jerusalem where it belongs!

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    • sigmond
      March 14, 2013
      1:44 pm
       

      What ever he said or done.He never followed throgh with his promises.His doings and his promises are worthless.To beleive him might cost your country.

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  • Beno
    March 13, 2013
    11:32 am
     

    Israel, your making a mistake, letting the weasel into the hen house. he is a islamist and will lie with every word he speaks, will put a knife in you when he thinks his god is in charge. plug your ears and listen to your God only, He will protect you while the little god trys to kill you, God Bless Israel, His land and Chosen People:

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