Calm Before the Storm in the Middle East

So now the three Biblically required attended feasts for the calendar year are ended. The Shemitah year is finished for this cycle and the four blood moons have appeared. The US did not stop the Iran Deal. The Pope met with Obama during the days of awe. And the world has not ended, at least not yet.

Though these events are thought to portend a particularly doomsday scenario, they have not, just as Y2K did not. Life goes on - even in the Middle East and in Israel. Same complaints, same problems, same joy in life events. Nothing has changed. It’s the status quo.

Understanding the Chaotic Middle East

Islamic Operative in White House Scores Another Victory for Muslim Brotherhood.

They did it again. While we watched President Obama dodge the Syrian red line with Putin taking the lead, while we held our collective breaths as Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu and France’s President Hollande stalled negotiations over the Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the Islamists were at it again. This time they cunningly swooped in and placed their wildest dreams into the massive immigration reform bill recently passed by the United States Senate.


Almost every day we read in the newspapers that yet another deadly event has occurred between Hamas and Fatah in the Palestinian territories.  In order for peace to prevail, it is obvious that these two opposing groups of people must put their differences aside and somehow form a unified government.

It would seem logical that Israel’s Arab neighbors would rise to the occasion and put real pressure on Hamas and Fatah to put aside their differences and make peace.  But they do not.  The question is, “Why?”

Distractions Take Pressure off Iran

Israel appears to be between the proverbial rock and hard place. Unfortunately, Israel does not live in a friendly neighborhood.  A half million hostile Arab neighbors surround Israel.  Syria poses a dire threat.  More importantly, recent frightening images from Syria have shown men, women and children writhing with seizures and pain caused by Assad attacking his own with chemical weapons.   If Assad would kill his own people, what’s to keep him from attacking Israel to obtain the Golan Heights as a key strategic position?

Lame Duck President Obama

Never in the history of American presidents, has a second-term president become a lame-duck president as fast as Barack Obama has achieved such an ignoble status; a little over a half year after he took his oath of office.

Two weeks ago, almost all of the “wise men” (and women) on the television networks agreed with each other that Obama would win approval for his war against Syria after he made an announcement that he would do so.  Of course, Obama only did this to save face and to spread the blame around if his attack against Syria became disastrous as it was expected to do. 

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Remembering 9/11

 September 11, 2001...the day that the world stood still. I will never forget and I will never stand down from my fight to end this Afghan War and a lie of why we was attacked in first place.
 I hated and blamed all Muslims for this attack, so I set my hand to work to end this War and destroy my enemy. I must of been a fool to trust in this Government. All this crap they shoved down our throats that our enemy did this because they want us to die as a people so that they can bring forward their people to have this earth, and we are to die.

"Triple Standard" for Israel

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it accurately recently in an American TV interview. He said that the world holds Israel to a "triple standard." Not a double standard, but a triple standard. He explained that there is one standard for the world's dictatorships, a second standard for the world's democracies, and a third standard for Israel.

America the Expendable

Secretary of state czarina, Hillary Clinton has confirmed that the Obama communist machine will not only waste tax payer money supporting Syrian rebels(12 million more), but is also contemplating military support to topple the Assad dictatorship. Lessons in Libya long forgotten, I guess. Our media and the currant regime would like us to believe that we are defending democracy, when in fact we've been contributing to the birth of an unforgiving radical Islamist consolidation. The theatrical narration seems to be that we are supporting the liberty loving oppressed, when in fact we are installing governments more murderous than the previous ones. At least we knew where we stood with Gaddafi and Hosne Mubarak.

In Times Like These

An Israeli citizen commented recently that in all his life in Israel, he has never known a time when there was more anxiety, more sense of danger and a greater feeling of insecurity than there is today among the Israeli people. So many perilous prospects exist right now that even the average Jewish person in Israel is more fearful and apprehensive than ever before.

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