~Khamenei calls ‘Death to America’ as Kerry hails progress on nuke deal~
…much of the left-wing media’s frenetic reporting during these past several days hasn’tbeen focused on America’s president colluding with our enemies towards aiding Iran in achieving their eventual goal of acquiring nuclear weapons capability, but rather seems to have centered primarily on our ally Israel’s recent elections and their subsequent criticism (with an almost psychopathic outrage) at the overwhelming re-election of Obama’s political nemesis, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
If only the Israelis understood the Middle East as well as American Jews do . . .
America’s Left-Wing Jews Are Ashamed of Israel’s Jews—Dennis Prager
Obama lashes out at Israel
Obama says tensions with Netanyahu’s Palestine state remarks is because there is ‘a real naughty policy difference.’
As the White House continues its attacks on Israeli Premier Netanyahu for things he never said, the Administration seems to be ignoring the Supreme Leader of Iran’s calls for “death to America.”-–Click here to read more » Elder of Ziyon
How many of the women “civilians” killed were actually terrorists?
All of Gaza’s fighting groups have female units, but the most efficient is the Nasser Salahuddin Brigades unit.
Its a poverty jihad!
The humanitarian crisis in Gaza has forced many desperate youths who have nothing else to live for to join groups fighting Israel, according to Pernille Ironside, Unicef’s Gaza director.
I love how UN agencies justify people becoming terrorists.
…[P]overty is widespread — leaving people with little else to do but fight, Om Khadija said.
Sure. It’s not like they can learn web design or languages or desktop publishing or any other freelance job that could be done with only an Internet connection. Nope, they have no other choice.–From The Times (UK)
Iran isn’t providing needed access or information, nuclear watchdog says
What a surprise!
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said that Iran has failed to provide the information or access needed to allay the agency’s concerns about the weapons potential of the country’s nuclear program.