Saudi Arabia was recently in the news with a most shocking event: The Kingdom, crib of radical Wahabism has been elected to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women.
President Trump had a working lunch with Saudi deputy crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman, and for once the President relied on the mainstream media sharing this news.
Can it be, that Saudi Arabia leads a Muslim coalition against Islamic State? Sounds idillic. But before jumping of joy, such news deserve close scrutiny.
Considering that lately there is a tendency to create and sponsor coalitions in the Muslim world, public opinion is realising that they are mostly shaped to minimise hurting feelings of different groups.
In the most recent row between Republican candidates to president of the United States, Donald J. Trump and Jeb Bush, was question of the impact former President George W. Bush have had during the period of the 9/11 attacks against over 3,000 innocent American civilians. The worst attack in American territory during times of peace.
Candidate Trump had the audacity to question President Bush actions. He took one side of the topic. Here, I am going over an important detail I consider missing. Continue reading BENADOR: THE BUSH FAMILY AND SOME 9/11 MISSING POINTS
Whenever we thought we have seen and read the worst coming from the Islamic, Muslim world, they manage to outdo themselves. How come?
Let us not wonder why, let us find the reasons for it:
For starters, they learn it from the crib.
Indeed, a very important number of Muslim mothers are proud their offspring be trained as terrorists from their most tender age and they nurture the culture of hate in which their children are brought up.
In a 180 degree change of attitude, and before the arrival of Israel’s Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, the American Secretary of State John Kerry smoothed his position saying that, “the prime minister of Israel is welcome to speak in the United States, obviously, and we have a closer relationship with Israel right now in terms of security than at any time in history. I was reviewing the record the other day: we have intervened on Israel’s behalf in the last two years more than a couple of hundred times in over 75 different fora in order to protect Israel. I talked to the prime minister regularly, including yesterday. We don’t want to see this turned into some great political football… Obviously, it was odd if not unique that we learned of it from the Speaker of the House and that the administration was not included in the process. But the administration is not seeking to politicise this.” Continue reading ELIANA BENADOR: FEAR NOT ISRAEL, GOD IS WITH US
Below is the full transcript of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s remarks at the March 2nd, 2015, AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington DC. Continue reading Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Speech at AIPAC Policy Conference, 2015