I knew the moment the POTUS prefaced his speech at the UN with flowery references to how he had, along with Russia, found a diplomatic solution to the problem with Syria’s stockpile of WMDs, I knew immediately where he was going next with regards to Iran. I hardly ever watch speeches by the POTUS. I honestly prefer to save myself the agony and nauseating feeling I get that inevitably comes with his often contradictory utopian orations. Nevertheless, I felt it prudent to watch this speech because what was to be said would mark a turning point and would show the true colors of the POTUS. (September 30, 2013.)The vast majority of African Americans and American Jews consistently vote for the Democratic Party and have continuously supported President Obama but despite that President Obama is here condemned.
Chloe Valdary as refers to J Street as "the horridly anti-Zionist organization".
I never thought I would see the day when an American president would make a speech that the leaders of the horridly anti-Zionist organization Jstreet would be proud of, but lo, and behold, I was wrong. (September 30, 2013.)This is incorrect. J Street is a pro-Israel organization. It is a Jewish organization. However some other pro-Israel individuals really do not like J Street, including some Arutz Sheva writers as noted in a previous post. It is clear Chloe Valdary shares this opposition to J Street.
Incidentally Iran's Supreme Leader made a fatwa banning the possession of nuclear weapons as un-Islamic in 2003.
On other matters I will share sympathy with the concern that improved relations with Iran may have the unfortunate effect of strengthening the infamous Assad regime in the asymmetric war in Syria.
As mentioned in a previous post Chloe Valdary is a member of the Intercontinental Church of God which was founded by Garner Ted Armstrong in 1998. She is the daughter of an Intercontinental COG minister, Max Valdary.
Arutz Sheva is a far right media outlet in Israel that caters for national religious Israeli Jews. It is closely associated with the settlers. Its headquarters are in Beit El, an Israeli settlement in the West Bank.