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Between Barack & a Hard Place

The grand mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini (L) with a friend.

The grand mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini (L) with a friend.

Barack Obama and John Kerry are leading the charge to force Israel to relinquish land that would lead them to certain annihilation and he’s once again considering inviting the EU on the bullying campaign by using economic sanctions. Israel is in a distinctly difficult position because if it gives up these strategic territories their most vulnerable populated areas become prime targets for terrorist attacks as well as the airport etc. with obvious dire consequences.

As we observe events over the centuries we can see that the Jews are specifically targeted for pogroms and genocide. This is why the economic and psychological warfare being waged against Israel would appear on the surface to be somewhat puzzling to an outside observer. Why would Obama, Kerry & the EU, be so bent on bullying the Jews into giving up the land they have every right to, to retreat back to borders that would surely spell death for everyone in the land that would be left over?

With the entire Middle East in a turmoil; Syria killing thousands of its own people, Egypt in what looks like it could be on the brink of civil war; Libya, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan in unrest, Iraq in a constant bomb-a-thon leaving many dead and Iran threatening to wipe out the Zionist entity, an average observer is left scratching their head wondering, “Why would Obama force Israel to make a suicidal move given what is happening in the region and how is it prudent to create yet another failed Arab State?” Honestly, inquiring minds want to know.

If we step back in time to look at The Shoa and study some of the characters involved we might find some answers to the above questions.

Hitler had a collaborator in the Middle East and his name was Haj Amin Al-Husseini. Husseini was the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and was Hitler’s man on the ground in British controlled territory, (never a country), of Palestine, this is the name given to the territory by the Emperor Hadrian. Husseini wanted to create death camps in Palestine and was quite busy stirring up hatred toward the Jews and called for their murder on his radio broadcasts. 1

Husseini was purported to be the relative of Yasser Arafat, at the very least Arafat was his protégé, being taken under the wing of the Mufti. Grooming Arafat for the murdering of Jews in Palestine was the mandate for this symbiotic relationship. The baton to continue on with the final solution then was passed from Hitler, to Husseini , Arafat and now to Abbas today’s partner for supposed peace. By the way, Abbas’ mandate ran out in 2009, he doesn’t have any control over Gaza and Hamas is poised to take over the territory that he is negotiating for. This leaves a whole host of other questions needing answers but they will have to wait for another time due to space limitations.

The incitement of the Arab populations against the Jews continues with the terror driven curriculum in UNRWA funded schools with funding coming from the EU, US and Canada. The expunging and ceasing of these curriculum by the way, were one of the conditions of Oslo for the PLO, this has not been done and has long since been ignored by the “peace negotiators”. For further information on this go to: Israel Behind The News.

With the rise of Islamism in Europe and a true supporter of them in the White House, it becomes quite clear that the pressures from outside of Israel to force her into suicidal concessions have its roots in the final solution.

About the Author: Leslie-Ann Stoffel is a social media pro-Israel activist. Between Facebook and Twitter, she has more than 8,000 followers.


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12 Responses to “Between Barack & a Hard Place”

  1. holocaust survivors and their children and grandchildren, see my video below and pass it on. Another holocaust can and might happen. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

  2. Josh Ram says:

    you guys need stephen harper the prime minister of canada is always very pro israel

  3. Never give any of your land even if you have to stand alone, God is with you he will fight by your side.

  4. Hello, Mr. Rosenberg, Please see this page for important info concerning the rise of Islam in America. TY so much & may God Bless You.

  5. Houman J Gi says:

    Which part of HUSSEIN Politically retarded Americans missed ?!? THE JESUS ???

  6. FYI – twitter @realclearisrael & facebook Real Clear Israel and or Leslie-Ann Stoffel to follow.

  7. Madison G. Blackwell says:

    Wake up America, here is how Israel views Hussein Obama.

  8. Bruce Beall says:

    At the risk of being uninformed I believe we helped facilitate the creation of Israel as it is today after WW2. I understand the reasoning behind that decision which was solidified by Britain and the US. We wanted to help a displaced tortured people and the Biblical teachings continue to drive us. However we are propping up a centuries old Holy War between religions or tribes or both. We are playing God with this and have been for most of the 20th century. There is also the oil over in that part if the world which is an underlying nugget we want to control. I guess we will continue to try to control the uncontrollable all over the Moslem world. I would like any different view to consider on this issue.

  9. Peace is fine if the Palestinians accept the Jews. The leaders do not.

  10. Peace is fine if the Palestinians accept the Jews. The leaders do not.

  11. Man is not born good. He must become good – by learning that there is another beside him and a Creator above him.

    Evil and unwarranted hatred are a reality that exists in our world. The human being has an infinite capacity for evil that, left unchecked, can destroy the world.

    The Torah itself tells us that the “impulse of man’s heart is evil from his youth” (Gen 8:21). Man is not born good. He has to become good – by forging his character, by bending his baser instincts, by learning that there is another beside him and an Other above him.

    The Holocaust shows what can become of human beings when they permit the beast within them to control them.

    It teaches us that we must be alert to the existence of evil, both in others and in our own selves. Once we are aware of its reality, we can work to uproot it. The mitzvot of the Torah are designed to help the spiritual qualities within us dominate the beast within.

    Further, we learn from this tragedy that to be silent in the face of evil is to acquiesce in it, encourage it, and help it grow strong. History teaches us that evil triumphs when good people remain silent. But when good people rise up against evil, evil will ultimately perish and the good will prevail

  12. Man is not born good. He must become good – by learning that there is another beside him and a Creator above him.

    Evil and unwarranted hatred are a reality that exists in our world. The human being has an infinite capacity for evil that, left unchecked, can destroy the world.

    The Torah itself tells us that the “impulse of man’s heart is evil from his youth” (Gen 8:21). Man is not born good. He has to become good – by forging his character, by bending his baser instincts, by learning that there is another beside him and an Other above him.

    The Holocaust shows what can become of human beings when they permit the beast within them to control them.

    It teaches us that we must be alert to the existence of evil, both in others and in our own selves. Once we are aware of its reality, we can work to uproot it. The mitzvot of the Torah are designed to help the spiritual qualities within us dominate the beast within.

    Further, we learn from this tragedy that to be silent in the face of evil is to acquiesce in it, encourage it, and help it grow strong. History teaches us that evil triumphs when good people remain silent. But when good people rise up against evil, evil will ultimately perish and the good will prevail. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

    RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

    ממעמקים

    International Holocaust Memorial Day 2014

    January 27, 2014, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Poland

    This year, at the appointed day for this annual commemoration,

    the largest ever delegation of 60 Knesset (Israeli Parliament)

    members, led by Speaker Yuli Edelstein, will convene overseas

    — on the grounds of the iconic murder factory of World War II,

    each accompanying a Holocaust survivor, for a historic gathering

    on combating anti-Semitism. The symbolism could not be more

    striking — a mere meters away from the gas chambers where

    millions of Jews were once exterminated, will meet the

    representatives of the Parliament of the Jewish State of Israel.

    This year will also mark the 69th anniversary of the liberation

    of this death camp by Soviet and Allied troops in 1945. The

    Israeli delegation will include senior representatives of the IDF,

    the Chief Rabbis, and delegates from student groups signifying

    the living linking between past and future. Underscoring the

    message that anti-Semitism is a global issue, elected officials

    and Parliamentarians from around the world, including Europe,

    and a bipartisan group of leaders from the U.S. Congress will attend.

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