John Kerry blasts Israel, hails Palestinian commitment to non-violence


Daily Sabah: Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry blamed Israel for the stalled peace process while praising Palestinians’ commitment to non-violence, in recordings released Tuesday.

In an unprecedented criticism of the Israeli leadership, Kerry said Tel Aviv did not want a peace deal.

“The Palestinians have done an extraordinary job of remaining committed to non-violence. And in fact when the [2015] intifada took place they delivered non-violence in the West Bank,” Kerry said, adding that it was overlooked as the “current government has publicly declared they are not ever for a Palestinian state.” more …

Opinion: The Daily Sabah website is from Turkey. I used it to illustrate how the Obama/Clinton/Kerry emboldened Israel’s enemies.

I found it interesting to learn that on January 13, 2009, the week of Barack Obama’s inauguration, the Weekly Torah Portion which is read on Shabbat (day of rest) was Exodus 1:10.

To get the context of the passage we will add verses 8 and 9:

Now there arose a new king over Egypt, who did not know Joseph. And he said to his people, “Look, the people of the children of Israel are more and mightier than we; 10 come, let us deal shrewdly with them, lest they multiply, and it happen, in the event of war, that they also join our enemies and fight against us, and so go up out of the land.”

Any observant Jew knew that the new US president would not be a friend to Israel.

In his first major address on the Middle East given in Cairo, Barack Obama invited the Muslim Brotherhood to sit front row center, giving legitimacy to the parent organization of Hamas and Islamic jihad.

The Muslim Brotherhood had been been banned in Egypt for 30 years.

Within one year, Egypt’s President Mubarak was gone and the Brotherhood had its man Mohamed Morsi installed as president of Egypt, who was embraced by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with gifts of money, tanks, and F16 aircraft.

Clinton was followed by John Kerry, whom Obama appointed to restart peace initiatives along with Israeli Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, while the Palestinian delegation was led by Saeb Erekat, also a former negotiator.

The negotiations were scheduled to last up to nine months to reach a final status to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict by mid-2014. As the deal collapsed Kerry showed his disdain for the Jewish state, even accusing Israel of becoming an apartheid state.

To illustrate how dangerous and destructive the eight years of Obama/Clinton/Kerry team were, on Kerry’s last official speech he blasted the Israeli government for building in the West Bank and Jerusalem, and for making a two-state solution in the region untenable blaming Israel for making peace less likely.

Evidently John Kerry has forgotten the knife/car ramming intifada that began after the peace initiative of 2014 ended. Palestinians made posters of the best place to stab Jews to inflict the maximum damage.

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And stab they did. One particularly evil stabbing I can’t get out of my mind. A mother of 4, Dafna Meir was stabbed to death in front of her children while bringing groceries into the house.

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Vehicle ramming attacks have since become a favorite of Islamic terror groups all over the world including the October 31, 2017 massacre that killed 8 and injured 11 in New York:

In chronological order:

Retire quietly now, Mr. Kerry, you have done enough damage.


  1. Very interesting that you pointed out the reading of Exodus 1:10 at that particular time. It is neat how the Lord is seen in the fine details such as a properly placed reading.

    As far as US presidents making it a priority to shamelessly push for a ME peace deal, each have done it for many years. It is a goal set by the real so called “powers-that-be”. Regardless of who gets into office after an election there is always a common bond. Do whatever it takes to tie Israel’s hands and force a peace deal.

    I had spoken with many Christian American voters over the years during election time. I have asked questions such as, “What are you looking for in the next president?” “What will you be demanding from the president?” Answers often range from things like, keeping the nation from terrorist attacks to the economy to the issues of abortion to legalized pot. There was always one answer I had been looking for but had never heard from a single Christian voter. Seeing as we are to stand with Israel and back them on their right to exist, shouldn’t it be of great importance to demand a president who plans to make it a top priority to follow through with a Biblical sense of dealing with Israel instead of the common liberal mindset that each US president has carried out each term? America likes to boast of being a Bible-believing Christian nation. It is time to put Israel’s right to exist ahead of our own list of selfish rights and freedoms. Tell future presidential candidates where American really should stand on the issues with Israel.

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