Who Is The Enemy?

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Please wake up from your slumber; change has come to America, and to the world!

According to America’s liberal Democrats, President Bush engaged the country in a monumentally flawed and destructive campaign, described as an all-out effort against terrorism and terrorist groups of “global reach.” It includes two wars, in Afghanistan and Iraq, a lethal counter-terrorism effort waged by the CIA and the Pentagon’s Special Forces units, and a global effort to expand US military and intelligence ties to countries throughout Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia.

America’s liberal Democrats accused Bush of rolling up Iran, Saddam’s Iraq, Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria, Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabis, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Taliban, various Pakistani Islamist groups, and others into one big terrorist ball of wax. – They think that anti-American sentiment throughout the region reached all-time highs because of this approach.

May I interject: “Terrorism is a symptom, not the cause of today’s worldwide conflict? We are not engaged in a war on terror. Terror is only a tactic, one of many in the arsenal of radical Islamists.”

So, what does the newly chosen US President do? Barely in office, the new president and his secretary of state are moving fast to position themselves on the so-called Israeli – “Palestinian” conflict.

“I pledge my supreme effort”, Barack Hussein Obama declared, “in the search for peace and stability in the Middle East.” We will – said Hillary Rodham Clinton as she introduced new envoy George Mitchell – be adopting a “robust” approach. Mitchell is due in Jerusalem tomorrow. It looks like Obama is already moving to engage the enemy here.

Who, one might ask, is the enemy?

Let’s examine Obama’s “friends.”

Obama’s first telephone call from the Oval Office last Wednesday, the day after his inauguration, was to Palestine Liberation Organization chairman Mahmoud Abbas. The president promised the terrorist-in-a-tie that his new administration would be pushing ahead towards the “two-state-solution.”

Obama’s first television interview was addressed to the Arab-Islamic world. “Americans are not your enemies,” he told Al-Arabiya TV.

“We sometimes make mistakes — we have not been perfect.” – Muslims attacked America on 9-11. Muslims have been triggering and waging war all around the globe, often aimed at America’s interests, but the US president tells Muslims AMERICA has made mistakes!?

WHO is the enemy in Obama’s eyes?

Is it the Arab world, which for decades has asserted effort after effort to destroy the Israeli state which has 950-times less land than the Arabs do?

Is it the Arab regimes of Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt, whose rejection of the Jews’ right to their homeland has been the primary factor responsible for the instability in the Middle East?

Is it the people who break out in singing and hand out candy to celebrate jihadist attacks; the people who burn the Stars and Stripes and trample the ashes into the dirt while spewing out their hatred for the Great Satan?

Are these countries the enemy??

Or is the Obama administration soon to discover that it is Israel who will get in the way of its policies, program and “peace” plan for the Middle East?

Will the bad boy on the block for America quickly become the small state under its proud Star of David?

Will the enemy be the only Middle Eastern nation that shares America’s values of democracy, freedom of the press and respect for human rights?

Will the – eventual if not immediate – enemy be the nation whose forefathers gave America the Bible on which their legal system and a great deal of their national history and values have been built?

Will the Obama administration’s enemy be this little land whose people look, almost fawningly, to the US for friendship, swearing allegiance to the American flag in almost the same breath with which they swear allegiance to their own?

America, under its new liberal leaders, will soon begin to turn the screws on Jerusalem.


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