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Secretary of State John Kerry told the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on Thursday afternoon that it is a “mistake” for people to raise the issue of whether Palestinians would agree to recognize Israel as a Jewish state. The Israeli government has insisted that Palestinians do so as part of an agreement, while Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and the nations of the Arab League have all rejected Israel’s demand.
Judenhass Buchanan, kind of, eh? Pat Buchanan has come in for quite a bit of criticism over the years for remarks about Israel and American Jews.
In that, Barry, Hillary and Kerry AGREE! Historical facts say, that there are NO legitimate peoples named “palestinians”..
Terrible at Math as you stated. You and YOUR racist Black brethren do know this is 2013, NOT 1913, NOT 1813, correct?
..However you said: “If I had a son……….” and I’ll be damned, if YOU didn’t start the ball rolling, BACK TO 1913, 1813!
“Set of experiences” . You do know that in your HALF-Black Heritage, Africans still hold..ready? Other Africans as SLAVES! OH and what THEY do NOT hold as slaves, Arabs aka Islamists aka Terrorists (see Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ) DO, OR they just kill, rape and behead! and Gosh, just looked at a calendar and WOW! IT STILL SAYS 2013
“doesn’t go away”. Correct and the ABOVE is a cause, but then, unless we are mistaken, and I don’t think WE are..YOU kinda’ sorta’ through acts, deeds and words FAVOR those happenings, especially the “Arabs aka Islamists aka Terrorists………….”
Obama addresses Trayvon Martin case in briefing room
President Obama publicly and personally addressed the Trayvon Martin case for the first time since George Zimmerman was acquitted nearly a week ago, saying the black community is seeing the case through a “set of experiences” that “doesn’t go away.”
Obama addressed the case during a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room on Friday. He said he wanted to give some “context” to the controversy.
AP Mar 20, 2013 6:47:05 AM PT via http://www.breitbart.com/newswires
In a Nov. 8, 2007 speech to the Center for Strategic and International Studies, then-Sen. Chuck Hagel likened the U.S. to a “schoolyard bully,” adding that none of the presidential candidates in the 2008 race were “speaking to the great challenges of our time” because they were competing to take a hard line on Iran’s nuclear program.