Obama Stands by Muslim Brotherhood Endorsement
U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Az.) called on Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak to step down Wednesday.
Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), also stated he believes it is time for an interim government in Egypt. McCain's statement places him in an even more radical position than President Obama, who has stopped short of publicly calling on Mubarak to step down. Analysts see Obama as having betrayed both Mubarak and the interests of the United States
in the region.
I am confident that many will claim they demand for defunding of Egypt and Israel.
Some wil even accuse Obama as a muslim.
I am not taking that route. The facts point to a posture of both sides of the geopolitcal feild having an equal amount to blame.
Is This The Final Cut?
I have heard many veterans who supported the "Tea Party" (Not the Real Tea Party) now becoming outraged by what is taking place with veteran benefits and coming from someone labeled as a "Tea Party Favorite"
Bachmann plan would cut veterans benefits (Army Times)
I have seen comments pouring in
"We can give $1.5B in foriegn aid to Egypt, to be spent on their military, and you want to cut $4.5B from our Veterans"
"Congresswoman Bachman, if you're going to send our men and woman overseas to fight for their country then you damn sure better take care of them when they return!"
Bringing to light my personal analysis of what is happening today in the geopolitical realm, and how it important it is in seeing what is taking place in Egypt reveals a conclusion this leads to what is mentioned in Luke 21:20-24.
As I look at what is happening in Egypt, the more I see reflections to what happened 30 years ago when Mubarak was the Vice President under Anwar El Sadat who in 1981 agreed to the Israel Peace Treaty. It also has reflections of
Iraq, with the toppling of Saddam - Chalabi in Iraq was tied with Paul Wolfowitz and Richard Perle, strategists who have had long been an advocate of regime changes in that region and around the world.
Compare the profile of Ahmed Chalabi with Mohamed ElBaradei Chalabi studied and a University of Chicago Grad
Baradei a NYU Grad
This has markings of Burson-Marsteller or the John Rendon Group.
There are strong signs Egypt will undergo a change in power. Just as it did when Mubarak was the VP of Egypt during the assassination of Anwar El Sadat
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Is This The Final Cut?
War has political risks and the end governs the politics
War has Political risks and the end always governs the politicsBy Earl Lofland
Feb 3, 2011
"War is the means to an end. and the end is almost alaways governed by politics."
Sun Tzu Art of War
During the 2008 presidential campaign many warned the dangers of voting for Mr. Obama, that he was a supporter of radical muslim ideals. Yet his supporters decided to discredit these warnings as being racially motivated.
After his election, voters slowly began witnessing evidence revealing the startling warnings were being conveyed, and showing they were not racially motivated. When he appointed Retited UM Marine Corps General Jones as his National Security Advisor, Based upon his knowledge of the Ottoman empire, some recognized this as more evidence he was positioning himself in support of radical Muslim ideals and was planning to abandon the Judea Christian beliefs in supporting Isreal.
Later, Americans witnessed Mr. Obama bowing to the King of Saudi Arabia, and his supporters once again accused those who questioned this as false racially motivated accusations.
Then, during his visit to Egypt and Turkey, Mr. Obama presented evidence that he was about to abandon Isreal and was alignining himself to support the radical ideals that are held by the Muslim Brotherhood, stated; America was no longer just a Christian Nation. Often times he has reflected the views that could be seen as representing the ideals of any other religion besides those that support the Judea Christian values, yet he has often professed himself to be a Christian.
To know whether a person belongs to a certain faith you only have to look at their personal life. A fig tree will not produce thisles, and a Sage bush will not produce grapes. During the Presidential election Mr. Obama ran his campaign to gain support from the Jewish community and this, (in part), was how he was able to be elected.
The topic I am about to discuss, many will disagree with and they have that right equally as much as I have the right to disagree with their views on the US should discontiue providing support to Isreal.
There are voters in the US demanding the government end all aid to every country.
In part I agree, however there are parts that I disagree with as well.
When countries go to war the victor gains ownership and control of all the territory, nd the victor is then who is entitled to decide what to do with the spoils of the battle.
A little history on the territory that is now known as the state of isreal,that from Circa 135 AD became known as Palestinia by a decree from Hadrian, after the Bar Kokhba revolt. and Before that was known as Israel
in 1,000 BC King David conquered the city of Jerusalem. This land was gained through a series of battles and wars where David became victor. As they had done before,the children of Israel turned away from God and thus other kingdoms and empires gained control of the land. From the Babylonian Empire to the the Medes and Persians. and around 324 BC Alexander the Great overthrew the Persian king Darius III and conquered the entirety of the Persian Empire which included Jerusalem and the land now known as Eretz Yisra’el (the Land of Israel), .
324BC to 63BC Kingdom of Ptolemy I Soter
In 63 BC-313 AD Roman The Roman army led by Titus conquered Jerusalem, destroying the Second Temple in 70 AD. The Jewish people then exiled to the Diaspora.
In 132, Bar Kokhba organized a revolt against the Roman Empire, but was killed in a battle in Bethar in Judean Hills. This led to the Romans decimating the Jewish community, renamed Jerusalem as Aelia Capitolina and Judea as Palaestina to obliterate Jewish identification with the Land of Israel (Palestine, and the Arabic word Filastin originate from this Latin name).
The remanants of the Jewish community moved to northern towns in the Galilee. Approximantly 200 AD the Sanhedrin moved to Tsippori (Zippori, Sepphoris). The Head of Sanhedrin, Rabbi Yehuda HaNassi (Judah the Prince), compiled the Jewish oral law, Mishna.
313-636 Byzantine (Romania)
636-1099 Arab Dome of the Rock was built by Caliph Abd el-Malik on the grounds of the destroyed Jewish Temple.
1099-1291 Crusaders The crusaders came from Europe to capture the Holy Land following an appeal by Pope Urban II, and massacred the non-Christian population. Later Jewish community in Jerusalem expanded by immigration of Jews from Europe.
1291-1516 Mamluk (Turks)
1516-1918 Ottoman During the reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent (1520-1566) the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem were rebuilt. Population of the Jewish community in Jerusalem increased.
1917-1948 British Great Britain recognized the rights of the Jewish people to establish a "national home in Palestine". Yet they greatly curtailed entry of Jewish refugees into Israel even after World War II. They split Palestine mandate into an Arab state which has become the modern day Jordan, and Israel.
The Ottoman Turks controlled the area known as Isreal prior to WW1, and the Brits gained control of that territory Whenthe Ottomans fought against the allies, siding with the Germans they lost control of that land.
Since the creation of a state of Isreal there have been conflicts with A who have attempted to seize control of a land they lost in placing stakes in allying with Adolf Hitler.
Mr. Obama appears to be involved in political gambling with the Muslim Brotherhood, in hopes the Arab mobs supported by the who have wagged a campaign of killings in Egypt after World War II to oppose British rule.
The Muslim Brotherhood established underground links to the Nazis that began during the 1930s and remained during the Second World War. Thise links involve aggressive agitation against the British, Jewish immigration to Palestine, espionage and sabotage, as well as support for terrorist activities orchestrated by Haj Amin el-Hussaini in British Mandate Palestine, as a wide range of declassified documents from the British, American and Nazi German governmental archives, as well as from personal accounts and memoirs from that period confirmed.
See Ian Johnson, A Mosque in Munich: Nazis, the CIA and Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in the West (New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010); Matthias Küntzel, Jihad and Jew-hatred: Islamism, Nazism and the Roots of 9/11 (New York: Telos Press, 2007); Klaus-Michael Mallmann and Martin Cüppers, Halbmond und Hakenkreuz: Das 'Dritte Reich', die Araber und Palästina (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2006), and Klaus Gensicke, Der Mufti von Jerusalem und die Nationalsocialisten: Eine politische Biographie Amin el-Husseinis (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2007).
The Brotherhood has been an illegal organization, tolerated, since 1954 when it was convicted of the attempt to assassinate Gamal Abdel Nasser, head of the Egyptian government.
In a historic move, Mr. Obama has “humiliated and betrayed his best ally in the Arab world.” says Middle East analyst Dr. Guy Bechor of the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya.
Ben-Eliezer, former Army General, Labor Party Chairman and Cabinet minister states “We learn from history. We remember what was said when Carter proposed that the Shah of Iran give up nicely and allow Khomeini to take his place. In Gaza, too, when the Americans came in, they supervised the democratic elections [via which Hamas came into power]. If there are elections in Egypt the way the Americans want, I will be surprised if the Muslim Brotherhood does not win… This will be a new Middle East – radical, Islamic and extremist.”
On November 24, 2008, the government obtained guilty verdicts against the Holy Land Foundation and five individual defendants of giving more than $12 million to support the Palestinian militant group Hamas, the US designated as a terrorist organization in 1995, making it a crime to support the Hamas.
The five convicted were Ghassan Elashi, former CEO Shukri Abu-Baker, Mufid Abdulqader, Abdulrahman Odeh, and Mohammad El-Mezain
It is impoartant to recognize about 300 individuals or entities were also named as co-conspirators in the HLF trial. The document gave scant details, but prosecutors described CAIR as a present or past member of "the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood's Palestine Committee and/or its organizations." The government listed the Islamic Society of North America and the North American Islamic Trust as "entities who are and/or were members of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood."