Obama’s insinuations of Jewish influence and interference

During President Barack Obama’s recent speech on his Iran nuclear-agreement at American University, he chose to gain support for the deal at Israel’s expense. He made the claim that “Because this is such a strong deal, every nation in the world that has commented publicly, with the exception of the Israeli government, has expressed support.”


The singling out of Israel is troubling. The president is well aware of other nations such as the Gulf states, and especially Saudi Arabia, which also oppose the deal. It sounds like Israel is a bellicose nation that, unlike all the other countries of the world, is rejecting a diplomatic solution to the Iran crisis.


Obama conveniently omitted the fact that most Sunni nations are very wary with regard to this deal.


The New York Times reported that “Defense officials said they welcomed the Saudi restraint about publicly criticizing the Iran nuclear deal, in sharp contrast to the reaction from officials in Israel [and] Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.”


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