Letter to the President of the United States, Washington, DC — 18 January 2011.
Dear Mr. President,
In light of the impasse reached in efforts to revive Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, and as the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) moves to consider a resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the Occupied Territory, we are writing to urge you to instruct our Ambassador to the United Nations to vote yes on this initiative
56 former US Ambassador’s and security experts related to the Middle East, have joined the Islamic lobby, is their bid to convince President Obama that time is up. Time is up for Israel, no longer to be defended by the US using its veto in the United Nations.
Take a look of the list of dignitaries who signed this Nazi inspired letter, that demand a Jew free zone on the Mountains of Zion. That the district of of Judea and Samaria shall become “Juderein”. Two of them like to be called “Rabbi”.
The Hon. Edward Abington, former Consul General to Jerusalem
Amjad Atallah, Co-Director, Middle East Task Force, New America Foundation
Bruce Ackerman, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science, Yale University
Rabbi Leonard I. Beerman, Leo Baeck Temple, Los Angeles
Peter Beinart, Associate Professor of Journalism and Political Science, the City University of New York; Schwartz Senior Fellow, New America Foundation
Landrum Bolling, Senior Advisor, Mercy Corps
Hon. Everett Ellis Briggs, former US Ambassador, Portugal, Honduras, Panama; former special advisor to President George
H.W. Bush, National Security Council; former President, Americas Society and Council of the Americas
Hon. Richard Burt, former Assistant Secretary of State for Europe; former US Ambassador to Germany; chief US arms control negotiator
Hon. Frank Carlucci, former US Secretary of Defense
Hon. Wendy Chamberlin, President, Middle East Institute; former US Ambassador, Pakistan
Steven Clemons, Founder and Senior Fellow, American Strategy Program, New America Foundation; publisher, The Washington Note
Hon. Walter L. Cutler, former US Ambassador, Saudi Arabia
Hon. John Gunther Dean, former US Ambassador, Cambodia, Lebanon, Thailand, India
Michael C. Desch, Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame; Contributing Editor, The American Conservative
Hon. James Dobbins, former Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs
Hon. Joseph Duffey, former Director, US Information Agency
Hon. Wes Egan, former US Ambassador, Jordan
Hon. Nancy H. Ely-Raphel, former US Ambassador, Slovenia; former Counselor on International Law, Department of State
Dr. John L. Esposito, Professor of International Affairs and Islamic Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, Board of Directors, Rabbis for Human Rights – North America
Hon. Chas W. Freeman, Jr, former US Ambassador, Saudi Arabia; former President, Middle East Policy Council
Lt. General Robert G. Gard, Jr. (USA, Ret.) and former President, National Defense University
Hon. Edward W. Gnehm, Jr., Professor of Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Affairs, George Washington University; former US Ambassador, Jordan, Kuwait
Hon. Brandon Grove, former US Ambassador to Zaire; former Consul General, Jerusalem
Hon. William C. Harrop, former US Ambassador, Israel, Guinea, Kenya, Seychelles, Zaire
Hon. Carla Hills, former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former US Trade Representative
Hon. Roderick M. Hills, former Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Hon. H. Allen Holmes, former Assistant Secretary of State, European Affairs; former Assistant Secretary, Political-Military Affairs; former US Ambassador, Portugal
Hon. Arthur Hughes, former Deputy Chief of Mission, Israel; former Deputy Assistant Secretary, Department of Defense; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Near Eastern Affairs
Robert Jervis, Professor of International Affairs, Columbia University; former President, American Political Science Association
Christian A. Johnson, Professor, Hamilton College
Michael Kahn, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz
Hani Masri, Publisher, The Palestine Note
Hon. David Mack, Vice President, Middle East Institute; former US Ambassador, UAE; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Near Eastern Affairs
Hon. Jack F. Matlock, Jr., former US Ambassador, Soviet Union; former Special Assistant to President Reagan
John J. Mearsheimer, R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago
Hon. Richard Murphy, former Assistant Secretary of State, Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs; former US Ambassador, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Mauritania
William Nitze, former Assistant Administrator for International Activities, Environmental Protection Agency; Trustee, the Aspen Institute
Hon. Robert Pastor, former Senior Director, National Security Council; Professor of International Relations, American University
Hon. Thomas Pickering, former Undersecretary of State, Political Affairs; former US Ambassador, Russia, India, Israel, El Salvador, Nigeria, Jordan, United Nations
Paul Pillar, former National Intelligence Officer, Near Eastern Affairs; Director of Graduate Studies, Security Studies program, Georgetown University
Hon. Anthony Quainton, former US Ambassador to Kuwait and Peru; former Assistant Secretary for Diplomatic Security; former Ambassador-at-Large and Coordinator for Counter Terrorism, State Department
William B. Quandt, Professor, Middle East history, University of Virginia; former National Security Council Middle East Assistant, President Carter
George R. Salem, former Solicitor of Labor; Chairman, Arab American Institute
Jerome Segal, President, Jewish Peace Lobby
Hon. Roscoe Suddarth, former US Ambassador, Jordan; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
Andrew Sullivan, Senior Editor, The Atlantic; Editor and Publisher, The Daily Dish
Hon. Nicholas Veliotes, former Assistant Secretary of State, Near East and South Asian affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to Egypt and Jordan; former Deputy Chief of Mission to Israel
Hon. Frederick Vreeland, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Near East Affairs; former US Ambassador, Morocco
Hon. Edward S. Walker, Jr., former US Ambassador, Israel, Egypt, UAE; former Assistant Secretary of State, Near Eastern Affairs
Stephen Walt, Robert and Renee Belfer Professor of International Affairs/International Security Program, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Universty; and blogs at ForeignPolicy.com
Hon. Allan Wendt, former US Ambassador, Slovenia; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, International Energy and Resources Policy
Hon. Philip Wilcox, President, Foundation for Middle East Peace; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Middle EasternAffairs; former Ambassador-at-Large and Coordinator for Counter Terrorism, State Department
Col. Lawrence Wilkerson (USA, ret), former Chief of Staff, Department of State; Visiting Professor, College of William & Mary
Jeffrey A. Winters, Professor, Political Economy, Northwestern University
James Zogby, President, Arab American Institute
Source: The Washington Note.
There must have been a lot of “wine and dine” in the circles around these 56 US noble men, before they managed to come up with the wrong conclusion.
56 might seems like a limited number, but is it substantial.
Since President Obama has spoken about Islam as a “great religion of peace”, this kind of letters will make it easier for Obama to change the present US Policy on the use of Veto Power in the United Nations.
The US is now a part of a small group of nations defending Israel in the United Nations. Obama will quickly loose more fans in the Islamic World, if he do not use political muscles against the Jewish state.
The truth is obvious. Even if the whole World agrees, God of the Bible might be of the opposite opinion. In particular in regards to the ownership to Zion, the International community is on the wrong path. And going against God Father, Son and Spirit is stupid.
I will gather all nations and bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat. There I will put them on trial for what they did to my inheritance, my people Israel, because they scattered my people among the nations and divided up my land.
Neither Barack Hussein Obama not his Diplomatic corps is the final authority in these matters. But they will side will the wicked, and all nations will march together into the final war. They are up against their creator God, and they will surely loose.
Be on the right side. Stand up for Israel.
Written by Ivar