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Fwd: AFSI CONDEMNS UN'S SHAMEFUL ANTI-ISRAEL VOTE

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Date: Dec 23, 2016 3:52 PM
Subject: AFSI CONDEMNS UN'S SHAMEFUL ANTI-ISRAEL VOTE
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UN VOTE AGAINST ISRAEL SHAMES OBAMA

Barack Hussein Obama promised a December surprise, and he wasn't referring to his golf score. While he is vacationing in Hawaii at the U.S. taxpayer's expense, his lackeys in the United AbomiNations managed to pass a strongly worded anti-Israel resolution calling for the end of all building in Israel - including eastern Jerusalem. 
 
Obama kept promising that he had Israel's back. We knew that meant the knife was poised to strike. As he leaves office with his inglorious and shameful record of failure, both domestically and internationally, he has managed to hurt Israel as much as possible in the international arena.
 
The good news is that Israel is NOT bound by the Security Council vote. The very good news is that President-elect Donald Trump, NOT Barack Hussein Obama, will be leading the U.S. voting in the U.N.  However, this anti-Israel resolution cannot be vetoed retroactively.  It cannot be reversed by a future American President.
 
Recognizing that the United (Arab) Nations is united against America as well as Israel, Trump should encourage the Congress to withdraw all U.S. funding to the United (Arab) Nations and, of course, to the Palestinian Authority, which still hasn't recognized Israel's right to exist in any borders. Let's see how the voting will go once the money dries up. There won't be any surprises then.  
 
Israel must now act in its own interest. If that means withdrawing support for its neighbors in holding the forces of evil at bay, so be it.  If it means declaring sovereignty, we support that decision.
 
By withholding the veto, the US has now played an important card in the game plan against Israel.  Israel, we hope, still has a "Trump" card.  It may be time to use it.



 
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