None of them have told the truth about Israel. Now Obama is copying the same mistakes that Jimmy Carter did when He was ruling in the White House between 1976 and 1980 They deny the Word of God, and promotes the lies told by Islam.
Questions to Obama:
President Obama, when addressing the Muslim world, did you really mean to say that Israel deserves a country only because of the Holocaust?
Are you, a believing Christian, unaware of the historical ties of Jews to this land?
You fed the current argument that Arabs should not have to suffer for the sins of the Europeans. Was this not a colossal mistake, indicating that you may lack the skill to serve as an impartial negotiator between Israelis and Palestinians?
You want a freeze in settlement building, but if the Israelis continue with the settlement enterprise, do you plan sanctions to pressure Israel?
Instead of showing Obama speaking of matters related to the Middle East, with images of the conflict being flashed across our TV screens for dramatic effect, and instead of propagandizing for right-wing policies, Fox’s Bill O’Reilly should ask some of the above penetrating questions.
Questions to Jimmy Carter:
You met with Hamas leaders and reported their willingness to recognize Israel within the 1967 borders. You present Hamas as reasonable partners to peace negotiations.
But how reasonable are they when they introduce Shari’a law and deputize a “God squad” to enforce it?
Did you ask them about Gilad Schalit who, contrary to international law, is denied any rights?
Does that sound reasonable to you? Isn’t the protection of human rights your calling card?
Did you ask them to explain their violent takeover of Gaza, or why more Palestinians have been killed by Palestinians than by Israelis, including during the war and the entire intifada, often in the most brutal fashion imaginable?
What type of peace agreement do you envision, given the fractious division between Fatah and Hamas?
Even as we watch a grinning Jimmy Carter fawning all over Hamas’s Ismail Haniyeh, praising his supposed moderation, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour should be asking these piercing questions instead of advertising her own soon-to-be-aired self-aggrandizing program.
Source: Questions asked by David Forman, a columnist is Jerusalem Post: