Our Savant Kerry continues his non stop effort in determining that Israel be at the mercy of others regarding their future security and territories. No hotter button is there but Jerusalem and its Holy sites. No matter, Kerry loves the plane rides, and playing President. The U.S. Foreign Policy? What foreign policy.
Obama’s plan for Jerusalem will likely divide the city and allow Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Jordan to have a say over the Holy City.
The Obama Jerusalem plan will give a coalition that includes Muslim countries control of the holy sites in the city.
Bonus clip at the end of post of top advisor John Brennan:
“In Saudi Arabia, I saw how our Saudi partners fulfilled their duty as custodians of the two holy mosques at Mecca and Medina. I marveled at the majesty of the Hajj and the devotion of those who fulfilled their duty as Muslims by making that pilgrimage. And, in all my travels the city I have come to love most is al-Quds, Jerusalem where three great faiths come together.”
In 2008 Barack Obama promised AIPAC attendees that he would not divide Jerusalem.
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What’s the new fuss about? On Wednesday, Obama told the AIPAC conference in Washington that “Jerusalem will remain the capital of Israel, and it must remain undivided.” On Thursday, he told CNN that, of course, Jerusalem will be part of whatever negotiations take place in the context of a peace effort.
World Net Daily reported:
Secretary of State John Kerry quietly presented a U.S. plan for eastern Jerusalem that calls for an international administrative mandate to control holy sites in the area, according to informed Palestinian and Israeli diplomatic sources.
The exact composition of the international mandate is up for discussion, the sources said, but Kerry’s plan recommended a coalition that includes the Vatican, together with a group of Muslim countries such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
The international arrangement is being proposed as a temporary solution for about two to three years while security arrangements in Jerusalem between Israelis and Palestinians are finalized, said the sources.
Israel, the sources said, was not receptive to the particulars of Kerry’s plan, especially the concept of Turkish participation in Jerusalem. Kerry told the Israelis he would hold talks with the Kingdom of Jordan about its playing a leading role in the proposal in the place of Turkey, the sources added.
Kerry was in Jerusalem on Friday as part of an Obama administration effort to reach a deal for a Palestinian state by April, a timeline that is still on track, Kerry told reporters.
“We are working on an approach that both guarantees Israel’s security and fully respects Palestinian sovereignty,” Kerry added.
According to the Israeli and Palestinian diplomatic sources speaking to WND, Kerry’s trip this time around focused specifically on the particulars of security arrangements for the strategic Jordan Valley following a deal.
In October, WND exclusively reported Kerry was strongly urging Israel to give up the Jordan Valley in closed-door talks with the Palestinian Authority.
Need a refresher? Top Obama advisor John Brennan talks about his love for “al-Quds.”
I wonder how many American Jews who voted for this regime are squirming in their seats watching Obama’s top counter terrorism advisor refer to Jerusalem by it’s Islamic name, “al-Quds?”…
John Brenna talks about his favorite city “al-Quds” and praises the Middle East for the freedom to practice your faith(?)
“I did spend time with classmates at the American University in Cairo in the 1970’s. And, time spent with classmates from Egypt, Jordan, Palestine from around the world who taught me that whatever our differences in nationality, or race, or religion, or language, there are certain aspirations that we all share. To get an education. To provide for our family. To practice our faith freely (huh?). To live in peace and security. And in a 25 year career in government, I was privileged to serve in positions across the Middle East… In Saudi Arabia, I saw how our Saudi partners fulfilled their duty as custodians of the two holy mosques at Mecca and Medina. I marveled at the majesty of the Hajj and the devotion of those who fulfilled their duty as Muslims by making that pilgrimage. And, in all my travels the city I have come to love most is al-Quds, Jerusalem where three great faiths come together.”