The Obama-Biden Team are at it again. This time picking another Israel hater and Soros BDS Activist as Asst. Secretary for Human Rights! (She’s all for Palestinian rights!)
Her idea of human rights is cheering the destruction of Israel.
Like all their other anti-Israel appointments, Sarah Margon meets the one requirement necessary to be in the Obama-Biden third administration. She hates the State of Israel with a passion!
When Airbnb began boycotting the homes of Jews living in those parts of Israel claimed by Islamic terrorists, the Jewish communities of the United States rallied against the dot com.
Sarah Margon however stood against the Jewish communities and with the Airbnb boycott.
“Airbnb to remove listings in Israeli settlements of occupied West Bank. Thanks @Airbnb for showing some good leadership here. Other companies should follow suit,” she tweeted.
“Airbnb is playing a role by supporting the settlement real estate infrastructure — they’re perpetuating an illegal activity,” Margon ranted. “There is no way for a company…to do business in the settlements without violating the laws of occupation.”
Notice Margon’s anti-Semitic phrases above designed from the UN playbook to belittle the Jewish State. She talks about “supporting the settlement,” “illegal activity,” “violating the laws,” and the “occupation.”
That’s the woman Team Biden picked for Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor.
“Yesterday @Airbnb agreed to stop renting in the Israeli-occupied settlements,” Margon argued. “Other companies should follow @Airbnb’s lead.”
BDS now has a powerful ally within the Biden administration and the State Department.
Margon’s hatred for Israel was not surprising. The leftist extremist was heading up the Human Rights Watch office in Washington D.C. HRW has defended BDS and recently issued a report falsely accusing Israel of apartheid.
Sarah Margon may have achieved the Biden-Obama nod through her anti-Israel radical policies on social media “urging companies to pull out of the Israeli Settlements”, but her hatred for the Jewish State goes beyond her economic war.
When Peter Beinart put out his infamous, “I No Longer Believe in a Jewish State” op-ed, Margon highlighted an excerpt calling for one state and the destruction of Israel. “Peter Beinart on fire,” she cheered.
That’s Biden’s Assistant Secretary for Human Rights supporting the destruction of Israel.
Sarah Michelle Margon is one of a number of anti-Israel activists Biden picked including Maher Bitar, who was pictured dancing in a keffiyah in front of a banner reading, “Divest from Israel Apartheid” and is now Biden’s Senior Director for Intelligence on the National Security Council, and Hady Amr, who described being “inspired by the Palestinian intifada” and is now Biden’s point man on the conflict between Israel and the terrorists fighting to destroy the Jewish State.
Reema Dodin, Biden’s Deputy White House Legislative Director, had argued that, “suicide bombers were the last resort of a desperate people.”
When President Trump signed Executive Order 13899 on Combating Anti-Semitism at colleges, Margon
complained that it “ostensibly addresses anti-semitism. But in reality it’s a bogus initiative geared to stifle free speech & go after those who might criticize Israel.”
Margon’s hatred and hostility for the Jewish State is relentless. And it represents a sad day for America!
Filling the administration with ungodly, Israel haters is not good news for America!
When the Obama administration stood against Israel, she tweeted, “Vote affirms illegality of settlements, longstanding US policy. Thank you @POTUS.”
After HRW, Sarah Margon joined one of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations as its director of foreign policy advocacy.
The OSFs fund BDS groups and Soros, its backer, has blamed antisemitism on Jews and the “pro-Israel lobby”. “If we change that direction, then anti-Semitism also will diminish,” the extremist anti-Israel billionaire has argued.
When President Trump took out the head of ISIS and said, “he died like a dog”, Margon whined about his “aggressive language” which “can easily be used to recruit & radicalize.”
“US is illegally transferring foreign ISIS suspects from Syria to Iraq, leading to botched trials & torture,” another tweet complained.
All of this will have severe consequences for American soldiers who have come under fire from Sarah Margon before.
When Air Force pilots bombed an Afghan hospital that Taliban fighters had been using, Margon wrote a letter to Obama’s Secretary of Defense on behalf of HRW demanding a “criminal investigation” and the “possible criminal liability of US personnel.”
Our men and women in uniform who like the Israelis, had better watch out. The anti-Israel Biden administration is coming for them.
In the process, Obama 3.0 is leading America directly into the path of God’s judgment.
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We’ve seen the bribery trick become a disaster before when Obama bribed Iran to behave! It doesn’t work! Not to worry, let’s give it a second try, maybe if we up the ante a few $billion, the Iranians will behave this time around! Sure!
Concerning recent developments in Iran, it’s important to keep in mind that Iran is a key player in the Empire of Antichrist. Iran will most likely become the leader of the Shiite sect in Satan’s eighth and final empire (Rev. 17:9-11).
That means the Iranian regime is being enabled by supernatural powers of evil (Dan. 10:13, 20) within the kingdom of Satan helping it maneuver into it’s Satanic destiny as one of the leading nations of the 10-King Caliphate (Ezek. 38:5; Dan. 75; Rev. 13:2).
If we are now in the shadow of the Tribulation, as I believe we are, Iran will not be stopped because this world is slipping farther and farther under the grip of the powers of darkness who now have control.
The American leaders calling the shots to assist the Islamic State of Iran are blind leaders of the blind and will face God’s judgment soon for strengthening the BEAST against the Jewish State.
All nations will one day be held accountable as to whether they helped or hurt the State of Israel in the last days.
In Mt. 25:40, the short phrase “my brethren” points to the Jewish people living in the last days! The chosen people become the basis of Christ’s “Judgment of the Nations” (Mt. 25:31-46), which he conducts after He returns at the Second Coming. When Jesus returns, He will judge the nations based on how they treated Israel.
The end-time governments of America, with the exception of the Trump Administration, will not do so well based on this crucial factor!
Big Dollars For Iran $4.5 Billion!
- The latest evidence that Iran is continuing to conceal vital elements of its nuclear program from the outside world suggest that, even if there is a resumption of negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear program the regime has little genuine interest in complying with the terms of any future deal.
- In another provocative move, Iran’s conservative-dominated parliament has ordered the government to start limiting some inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN-sponsored body responsible for monitoring Iran’s nuclear activities.
- The move by the Iranian parliament comes after the IAEA published a report revealing that last summer inspectors found uranium particles at two Iranian nuclear sites that Iran tried to block access to.
- The Biden Administration has also apparently been trying to sidestep legally-required congressional approval to funnel more money to Iran and other dictatorships through a new International Monetary Fund program “special drawing rights” (SDRs).
Through this mysterious hush, hush, slush fund, Iran would receive $4.5 billion, in non-U.S. currency. Apparently, they took some heat for the last batch of U.S. dollars Obama dropped on the runway tarmac.
According to the Wall Street Journal, which referred to the program as “Special Dollars for Dictators“, Iran’s leadership will most likely use these newfound billions to strengthen domestic repression, to intensify regional adventurism, bolster Hezbollah’s arsenal along Israel’s northern border, fund Iran’s proxy of Houthi rebels in Yemen to target Saudi oil fields, and, of course to escalate their nuclear program still further.
As Trump taught us, strength works, bribery doesn’t!
The Colorado grocery store attack resumes the familiar pattern of jihad attacks that were rampant during Obama-Biden years but absent during the Trump years!
The Jihadi’s Are Returning
We grew numb to the almost constant gun and knife attacks conducted by young male adherents to the Islamic faith under the Obama-Biden administration from 2008 to 2016.
There was Fort Hood, Texas [13 dead 30 injured], Chattanooga Naval recruiting station [five dead], San Bernardino office Christmas party [14 dead], the Orlando Pulse Nightclub [49 dead], Ohio State University car and knife attack [one dead and 11 injured], the Crossroads Mall stabbing attack in St. Cloud, Minnesota [10 injured], the New York and New Jersey pipe bomb attacks [31 injured], the Boston Marathon attack that killed three and injured hundreds, and the list goes on with many more stabbings and shootings too numerous to list, all carried out by American jihadists.
Almost all of these jihadists were either born overseas or the sons of parents born overseas and allowed into this country with little to no vetting under LEGAL immigration programs.
Then along comes Trump and the jihadist attacks suddenly stopped.
I’m aware of only one jihad attack on American soil during Trump’s four years in office, and that was in December 2019 at the Pensacola, Florida, Naval Air Station [three killed].
Biden is in office two months and …. Here we go again. Brace yourself for the return of the jihadis.
Ahmad al-Issa, a native of Syria, entered a Kosher-friendly grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday where he shot and killed 10 people, all white Christians and Jews. Mr. Issa, 21, had reportedly pledged his allegiance to ISIS and had considered shooting up a Trump rally. He had also used his Facebook page, immediately taken down by the FBI of course, to rail against Trump’s travel ban on a handful of Muslim-majority countries.
Most mainstream media accounts of Monday’s attack ignore the fact that Issa is a Syrian migrant and fail to report that his attack is the first of its kind [mass murder of more than three Americans by a Muslim migrant] in over four years.
This report from CBS is typical. According to CBS, Issa is just your average American white guy from Arvada, Colorado, and some of his friends say he may have had mental health issues. Nothing more to see here folks, just a local nut job, end of story, time for more gun control. That’s the narrative coming out of the Biden White House and supported by the state-sponsored mainstream media, which is looking more like Pravda every day.
We better brace ourselves as this may be the first of many jihadist attacks under the Biden regime.
Because we know the track record, the pattern, that was set during the eight years in which Biden and his boss Obama ran the country. Their weakness on the Islamic issue – no, it’s more than just weakness it’s the outright pandering to and favoring of Islam over all other religions – invites these types of attacks.
Trump showed strength on this issue and the killing stopped. The last thing the Muslim Brotherhood, which is the umbrella organization over almost all of the major Muslim groups in the U.S., wanted was to give Trump fodder to take stronger action against the Brotherhood’s vast network of operations in the U.S.
The Obama-Biden administration scrubbed all negative references to Islam from FBI and Homeland Security training manuals starting in 2011.
Brilliant patriots inside the government who knew how to defend America against this menace – people like Phil Haney, John Guandolo and Steve Coughlin – were rooted out of the government.
This is a story you won’t find in the lying mainstream media. They want you to forget all of the American bodies that piled up as a result of jihadist attacks under Obama-Biden and their pandering to Islamic radicals. With Biden back in the Whitehouse as the puppet master for Obama 3.0, the Jihadi’s are coming back!
US Taxpayers Funding The Next Generation Of Palestinian Terrorists
Question: How do you get the American government to finance a terrorist regime when U.S. law prevents it from doing so?
Answer: Twist the meaning of words, claim that the law doesn’t say what it obviously says and pretend the regime doesn’t sponsor terror. In other words, play the usual games.
Those games are in full swing now in the campaign to put American taxpayers’ dollars into the pockets of the Palestinian Authority.
Last week, The New York Times published a gigantic feature story about a Palestinian Arab school located in the village of Jaba near Bethlehem that supposedly will be in dire straits unless it starts receiving large amounts of American aid, and fast.
The article, by Times correspondent Adam Rasgon, never considers the question of why the P.A. chooses to fund terrorists rather than its own schools. Last year, the P.A. distributed $15 million monthly –monthly!–on salaries for terrorists who are imprisoned in Israel. Just one month of those funds could have built quite a few schools.
Instead, Rasgon’s entire article was based on the premise that America has some kind of obligation to pay for the P.A.’s schools.
The United States does send humanitarian assistance to various impoverished countries, but not to anti-American, terror-sponsoring regimes. The United States doesn’t finance schools in Iran or North Korea.
So why should it pay for schools under the P.A., which not only sponsors terrorists but spreads some of the most vicious anti-American propaganda in the world?
Moreover, what exactly is being taught in the school that the Times wants American taxpayers to support? P.A. school textbooks are notorious for glorifying terrorism and vilifying Israel and America.
Are we supposed to believe that the Jaba school will be the first P.A. school to use a moderate, peace-promoting curriculum?
One of the main commentators quoted in the Times article was Joel Braunold, who was described as “an expert on U.S. law surrounding foreign aid to the Palestinians.” Braunold made it clear he is troubled that U.S. law, specifically the Taylor Force Act, prohibits sending aid to the P.A. so long as it pays terrorists.
So Braunold plays word games to get around that inconvenient law.
He asks: “Would funding construction of this school, which is controlled by the Palestinian government, be considered direct support of the Palestinian Authority? It may or may not be. It is up to the Secretary of State to decide.”
Braunold is obviously hoping that the current Secretary of State, unlike his predecessor, will change the plain meaning of the term “direct support” so that the Taylor Force Act can be discarded, and the U.S. can start sending checks to the P.A.
I would welcome a serious and robust public discussion about the question of American aid to the P.A. and the Taylor Force Act. What I don’t like are the dishonest tactics being used by some of those who are promoting the Palestinian cause.
So, please, don’t tell us that the United States has some kind of obligation to finance P.A. schools. Tell us what’s being taught in those schools if you want us to fund them.
Don’t tell us that the Secretary of State can arbitrarily change the meaning of U.S. law. He cannot.
Don’t give the P.A. advice on how to pull the wool over the American public’s eyes so that it can get our money. And don’t pretend that an advocate for Palestinian funding is some kind of neutral “expert.”
Most of all, stop searching for new ways to get American dollars to a terror-sponsoring regime. Instead, try searching for ways to force the P.A. to change its terrorist ways. That would be a real step towards Middle East peace.
Originally published at JNS.org
This timely article by Carolyn Glick outlines the disastrous new direction of the foreign policy of the Biden Administration as it relates to Israel, the Abraham Accords and peace in the Middle East. This eye opening read is helpful in preparation for our March 23 class.
Biden Ambushes the Abraham Accords Sets Back Peace in the Middle East
Edited from Carolyn Glick
The Trump administration was on the verge of securing a peace agreement between Israel and Indonesia in its final weeks in office, according to a former senior Trump administration official involved in the efforts. The official divulged that the negotiations between Israel and the world’s most populous Muslim state were run by then-President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Jared Kushner and Adam Boehler, then-head of the US’s International Development Finance Corporation.
Israel was represented by then-Ambassador Ron Dermer and Indonesia by Minister Mohamed Lutfi. To secure peace, Boehler told Bloomberg News last December, the US would be willing to provide Indonesia with an additional “one or two billion dollars” in aid.
Indonesia was interested in Israeli technology and even wanted the Technion to open a campus in Jakarta. It wanted visa-free travel to Israel and Arab and US investment in its sovereign wealth fund. Israel wanted Indonesia to end its economic boycott of the Jewish state. Direct flights from Tel Aviv to Bali were on the table.
The advantages of peace between Israel and Indonesia for both sides are self-evident. But such a peace would also pay a huge dividend to the US in its burgeoning cold war with China. An expanded strategic and economic partnership with the archipelago and ASEAN member would be a setback for China’s efforts to dominate the South China Sea, particularly with Indonesia playing a role in an Islamic-Israeli alliance led by the US.
“We got the ball on Indonesia and Israel to the first-yard line,” the official explained. Unfortunately, the Biden administration has dropped the ball on the ground and walked off the field.
On the surface, the Biden administration is interested in promoting peace. President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken have praised the Abraham Accords, as well they should.
For 26 years, the Arab conflict with Israel was ignored and left to fester. Then suddenly, in Trump’s last year in office, the situation was reversed as four Arab states rapidly normalized their ties with Israel. Expanding the accords to Indonesia, with its massive population and strategic location outside the Middle East would transform a strategic regional shift into a game-changer throughout Asia.
But despite the strategic logic of expanding the Abraham Accords and the praise Biden and Blinken have given them, starting in its first week in office, the new administration’s actions have served to undermine the accords by removing their American foundations.
A week into the Biden administration, the State Department announced it was “placing a hold” on the $23 billion sale of F-35s to the United Arab Emirates. The move was presented as “a routine administrative action typical to most any transition.”
But suspending the sale was a strategic move, not an “administrative action.” The normalization deal between Israel and the UAE was a three-sided agreement. The Americans were full participants. The F-35 sale was America’s way to solidify the UAE’s membership in an American-led regional alliance of which the Abraham Accords were an expression. Suspending the deal indicated that unlike its predecessor, the Biden administration will not work to strengthen the US alliance with the Sunni Arabs and Israel, and will not fulfill the commitments that the Trump administration took on to develop and maintain that alliance through Arab-Israeli peace.
Biden’s abandonment of the Abraham Accords can be understood in the context of US politics. In keeping with the expectations of Democrat voters, Biden and his team are making efforts in domestic and foreign policy to erase the entirety of Trump’s record in office. Although remaining a party to the Abraham Accords and expanding them to Indonesia and beyond would probably win Biden the Nobel Peace Prize, it would put him in the partisan doghouse for the crime of failing to kill something Trump created.
But while political logic exists, not everything is political. For Biden and his administration, ideology trumps politics.
The Biden administration is the most ideologically rigid and radical administration in US history. Hyper-partisan politics are a function of the administration’s ideological radicalism. As far as the Middle East is concerned, its ideological commitments drive it to empower the PLO-controlled Palestinian Authority and Iran.
From their first days in office, senior Biden administration officials have pledged to restore US funding of the PA. There are significant legal roadblocks to implementing that pledge because so long as the PA continues to pay the salaries of terrorists and advances war crimes allegations against Israel before the International Criminal Court, the US is barred from funding it or reopening the PLO representative office in Washington. But all the same, the administration is intent on moving forward.
The administration’s intense desire to empower the PA despite the legal roadblocks indicates one aspect of its opposition to the Abraham Accords. The accords weaken the PA by removing its power to block Arab and Islamic states from making peace with Israel.
For decades, as Israel’s Palestinian “peace partner” spurned peace and waged terror and political war against Israel, the Arab states accepted that peace between themselves and Israel had to wait. By ignoring the US obligations to Abraham Accords partners and pushing to restore US support to the PA despite its illegality, the administration signals its desire to restore the Palestinian veto.
The Abraham Accords represent an even greater problem for the administration’s efforts to empower Iran. In a speech on Monday, former secretary of state Mike Pompeo said, “The Abraham Accords would not have happened … without the United States changing its policy with respect to Iran 180 degrees from how the previous administration had addressed the issue.”
Now that the Biden administration wishes to move US policy 180-degrees backward to reinstate the Obama administration’s Iran policies, the Abraham Accords are a nuisance.
Hours before Biden and his advisers accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) of approving Jamal Khashoggi’s murder at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018, i24News reported that Israel, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain were forming a military alliance against Iran. While the events may or may not be related, both make clear why the Biden administration doesn’t want Arab-Israeli or Muslim-Israeli peace deals. The deals impede the administration’s efforts to empower Iran.
Biden’s declared goal vis-à-vis Iran is to restore Iranian compliance and US participation in the 2015 nuclear deal forged by the Obama administration. The so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action places temporary limitations on Iranian nuclear activities in exchange for a massive inflow of capital. To convince Iranian leader Ali Khamenei to get on board, the new administration has provided a near-continuous stream of concessions to Iran and its Yemeni proxy, the Houthis.
It removed the Houthis from the State Department’s list of foreign terror organizations and suspended arms sales to Saudi Arabia. The administration’s campaign against MBS is an obvious effort to unseat him and replace him with a less stridently anti-Iran leader. This week the administration’s green-lighted South Korea’s agreement to pay Iran some $7 billion in exchange for the release of a South Korean ship and its crew that Iran unlawfully seized and has held captive since early January.
Not only has Iran rejected America’s gestures it has escalated its rogue behavior. Iran is expanding its regional aggression and sprinting to the nuclear finish line. In recent weeks the Iranians attacked the Israeli embassy in New Delhi. They damaged an Israeli-owned ship in the Persian Gulf. And there is growing suspicion that the massive oil spill off Israel’s coast last month which caused massive ecological damage to marine life and to Israel’s coastline may have been an act of environmental terrorism carried out by a Libyan ship smuggling crude oil from Iran to Syria.
Iran’s Houthi proxies have expanded their missile strikes against Saudi Arabia since coming off the US. terror list. And while the US uses MBS’s alleged role in killing Khashoggi to justify downgrading its relations with Saudi Arabia, the Iranians are killing scores of democracy protesters in its Baluchistan province. Whereas Khashoggi was a former Saudi intelligence officer and ally of Osama bin Laden who was working with Qatar to undermine the Saudi regime at the time he was killed; the Baluchis are innocent civilians whose sole crime is opposing the repressive regime.
As far as Iran’s nuclear program is concerned, in recent days, the Iranians canceled snap inspections of their nuclear sites by UN nuclear inspectors. The International Atomic Energy Agency released a report accusing Iran of carrying out prohibited nuclear work at four undeclared nuclear sites. Khamenei has threatened to escalate Iran’s uranium enrichment levels to 60%. And rather than respond by escalating sanctions against Iran, the EU – presumably with US approval – has scrapped plans to condemn Iran for its illegal behavior at the IAEA’s Board of Governors’ meeting this week.
In a press briefing Monday, State Department Spokesman Ned Price said, “We seek to accomplish a great deal with the Saudis: To end the war in Yemen and ease Yemen’s humanitarian crisis; to use our leadership to forge ties across the region’s most bitter divide, whether that’s finding the way back from the brink of war with Iran into a meaningful regional dialogue or forging a historic peace with Israel.”
In other words, the administration holds the Saudis solely responsible for the war in Yemen. It also blames Saudi Arabia (and presumably, Israel, the UAE and Bahrain) for being at “the brink of war with Iran,” rather than blaming Iran for bringing the region to the “brink of war” through its terrorist aggression and illicit nuclear activities.
The order of Price’s “to-do” list made clear that reaching “a historic peace” between Israel and Saudi Arabia is the administration’s lowest priority.
Price served as National Security Council spokesman during the Obama administration. There he played a key role in marketing the JCPOA and developing what his colleague, then deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes referred to as the information “echo chamber” for selling the deal to ignorant reporters in Washington. Last year, in a speech before the National Iranian-American Council, (a group widely viewed as the Iranian regime’s unofficial lobby in Washington), Price said that a Biden administration would remove the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps from the State Department list of foreign terror groups.
Taken together, the administration’s moves make clear that beyond paying occasional lip service to the Abraham Accords, ending the Arab and Islamic world’s conflict with Israel and forging a wider peace between them is not a goal it wishes to pursue. Indeed, for Biden and his advisers, Arab-Israel peace is an impediment to their ideologically motivated efforts to empower the PLO and Iran.
Originally published in Israel Hayom.
“NATO Of The Middle East”
Israel, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have been discussing expanding military cooperation in facing the common enemy of Iran.
All four countries are US allies and believe a nuclear Iran would be a major threat. The group has been closely eyeing the Biden administration’s plan to rejoin the 2015 nuclear deal with great concern.
“There is much to be gained by expanding cooperation,” a source said. The remarks came following an article by World Jewish Congress president Ron Lauder in Arab News calling for a “NATO of the Middle East.”
Lauder said his contacts in Arab states viewed Israel as the only reliable ally against Iran, and vice versa. They are “contemplating the West’s inability to halt these belligerent, dangerous developments” of Iran resuming uranium enrichment and limiting International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors’ access to nuclear sites, he said.
“Facing the accelerating threat of a malevolent Iran and the weakness of a coronavirus-hit world, the path toward self-reliance seems also to be the only path forward,” Lauder wrote. “Israelis and Arabs should seize the opportunity to work together to save the Middle East from the looming catastrophe of extremism and nuclearization.
”Israel is in talks with the three Gulf states about a defense alliance, Israel’s i24 News reported last week. One early indicator of a possible defense alliance is that Israel did not object to the US selling F-35 fighter jets to the UAE, after the countries normalized ties as part of the Abraham Accords last year.
Under US law, Washington must make sure its weapons sales in the Middle East do not threaten Israel’s qualitative military edge in the region. Following meetings between Defense Minister Benny Gantz and his US counterpart at the time, Jerusalem gave the green light to sell the planes to Abu Dhabi.
Israel and the three Gulf states are discussing further security cooperation in the aftermath of the 2015 deal between world powers and Iran, which they felt does not prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon once the agreement expires.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and MBS, as the Saudi crown prince is known, secretly met in Neom, a planned futuristic-Saudi city on the Red Sea, last November.
In a move seen to please Iran, the Biden administration is now considering canceling the sale of the F-35 fighter jets to the UAE. It appears that the Middle East is dividing into two camps over the subject of Israel with the formation of pro-Israel and anti-Israel factions joining together.
Sadly, the anti-Israel Biden administration seems to be more comfortable aligning itself with Iran and the anti-Israel coalition.