Obama’s message to Israel: You stand alone

Obama’s message to Israel: You stand alone

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 “But “wrong” opposition to the nuclear deal with Iran, he made clear, you are on your own.”

President Obama is a royal deciever of the Jewish people and the state of Israel. President Obama is a royal deciever of the Jewish people and the state of Israel.

This was the latest message from US President Barack Hussein Obama to the people of Israel, given at the American University in Washington.

In March 2013, US President Barack Obama addressed the Israeli people in Jerusalem, reassuring them that the world’s sole superpower would have their back in the face of threats from Iran and other Middle Eastern states seeking their annihilation.

“Those who adhere to the ideology of rejecting Israel’s right to exist, they might as well reject the earth beneath them or the sky above, because Israel is not going anywhere,” he said to raucous applause. “ And today, I want to tell you — particularly the young people — so that there’s no mistake…

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Obama started the end game in Cairo

Obama started the end game in Cairo

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Everything Barack Hussein Obama said in Cairo is Biblical. Just before the true Jewish Messiah returns, there shall be a false Messiah put up in the Temple in Jerusalem. He will tells us that all faiths lead`s to the same God.

2009295878 Air Force One brought a son of Islam to Cairo, to set up the final trap for Israel.

Obama said among others, that Islam is a part of America, that the Koran is a Holy book, and that Israel is a stumbling block towards World Peace. The Jewish nation will have to give up its settlements in Judea and Samaria, and let two other World religions share the control over Jerusalem. In other words: Biblical Zionism is the stumbling block that has to removed.

The US President even quoted the Bible correctly: «The Holy Bible tells us: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God».

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