Jun 3, 2009

White House About to Throw Israel Under the Prophetic Bus

By Bill Wilson

The man who occupies the Oval Office (OOO) should be put on warning: Coming against Israel could possibly unleash the judgment of God against the nation. The stance taken toward Israel by the White House is certainly one that could bring calamity upon the United States from a Biblical world view - in fact, it already may be having such an impact. Citizens are losing their jobs, their benefits, their homes. Failing industries are being swallowed up in unprecedented government socialism. The Bible is very clear about how Israel should be treated. Genesis 12:3 says,
"I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curses thee."
The United States long has been Israel's most stalwart ally. But the slippery slope toward coming against Israel began under President Carter's 1979 Camp David Accords. President Reagan, however, stood firm on September 1, 1982 when he said,
"The United States will not support the establishment of an independent Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza."
President Clinton, who promoted the Oslo accords with terrorist Yassir Arafat, was the first to hint at US approval of a Palestinian state. President George W. Bush was the first to mouth the words. And the current White House has marked a significant change in relations with Israel.

OOO has tied Israeli security with Iran to Israel's progress on establishing a Palestinian state; has intimated to Israel that it is no longer a special ally of the US; and has floated trial balloons that Jerusalem will be the new capital of a Palestinian state. But OOO is about to give a distinct impression to the Muslim world and to Israel that America is throwing Israel under the bus. Leading up to his Islamic appeasement speech in Cairo, OOO has stressed his Islamic roots - something he ran away from during the campaign. ABC News reports that Deputy National Security Advisor Denis McDonough told reporters that OOO has experienced Islam on three continents, especially growing up in Indonesia with a Muslim Father.

On April 6, OOO told the Turkish Parliament, that many Americans...
"have Muslims in their families or have lived in a Muslim majority country. I know because I am one of them."
This was the same speech that he said that Americans do not consider the US a Christian nation. This week, he told France's Canal Plus,
"And one of the points I want to make is, is that if you actually took the number of Muslim Americans, we'd be one of the largest Muslim countries in the World."
The UK Telegraph took note, saying this is a bold turnaround -
"presenting himself to the Islamic world as the personification of a new, tolerant - and, yes, partly Muslim - America."
Yes, and prophetically, a possible devastating turnaround.

Related News

As Obama Begins Mideast Trip, Focus Is on Israel - Washington Post
Why Israelis are nervous about Obama - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Israel Removes Key Roadblock in West Bank - FOXNews
Obama: U.S. 'one of largest Muslim countries' - WorldNetDaily (Aaron Klein)