Obama Admin twists Bibi's words to wrest Americans' protection of "Islamophobic" Israel against deal to enable Islamist Iran amassing nuclear material

Obama Admin and lapdog media vilify Israel to fulfill Obama's aspiration- grease US shift from Israel towards Iran as regional power, critics say; 
"Obama Pursuing His Ideological Ambition to Weaken Israel
by Peter Wehner in Commentary 3/24/15

Pres. Obama is using Prime Minister Netanyahu’s comments to achieve an end he has clearly wanted all along: the weakening of the Jewish state. Mr. Obama is the product of a progressive milieu, including in the academy, where hostility to Israel is widespread. 
 

As president, there have been constraints on how much Mr. Obama could do to undermine Israel. But the president has seized upon comments by Mr. Netanyahu leading up to the Israeli election to advance his agenda – in this case, considering reversing decades of U.S. policy by turning to the United Nations to impose a two-state solution. (This is only one piece in a much larger puzzle.)  Read more
Why is NBC 's Meet the Press host Chuck Todd behaving as Pres. Obama's henchman in 'gotcha'-interviewing Israel's Amb. Ron Dermer? Mark Levin gives examples in this audio excerpt



Mark Levin explores Obama's anti-Israel/
pro-Iran policies as a threat to global safety.
Stanley Kurtz wrote "Radical-in-Chief"

Author, Stanley Kurtz, ("Radical-in-Chief") appeared on radio's Mark Levin Show on 23 March to explain how it ought be no surprise that Obama is treating Israel with such contempt these days. In "What Obama Thinks of Israel," (National Review 21 March 15) Mr. Kurtz asks,
"Has Obama been gunning for a battle with Israel like the one we’re seeing now from day one? Yes. Obama’s break with Israel was both predictable and predicted. (Read more)
Mr. Kurtz shows how Obama is really just reverting to what he believed before he ran for president in 2008, when he
was pals with Edward Saeed, Rashid Khalidi, and Ali Abunimah of the Arab-American Action Network. (Right Scoop). 

Stanley Kurtz, references his Pro-Palestinian-in-Chief in National Review May 2011, in which he laid out these alliances and issues.
The continuing influence of Obama’s pro-Palestinian sentiments is the best way to make sense of the president’s recent tilt away from Israel. 
Mark Levin denounces anti-Semitism from White House
Mark Levin called for a national discussion about the anti-Semitism which reeks from Obama's administration in conversation with Sean Hannity.


Mark Levin: "The fact of the matter, Sean, I want to say this and it’s important. Eric Holder said this nation is full of cowards because we won’t have a discussion about race. Well, I think this nation needs to have a discussion about what’s going on in this White House and this administration about anti-Semitism." (Video credit: Sophia Duffy)

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