Recently it was reported by a number of news sources that President Obama recently admitted in private, to Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit, that he is a Muslim. It immediately brought back to the forefront of my mind memories of him telling ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in a 2008 interview that then-presidential candidate John McCain hadn’t talked about his “Muslim faith”, seconds after which Stephanopoulos reminded Obama that he was a Christian and Obama attempted a recovery that fell flat from my perspective. Why? Because, no matter how many times I watched the video, I couldn’t get past how easily the words “my Muslim faith” rolled out of then-Senator Obama’s lips coupled with the fact it wasn’t the first time Obama had given indications that he might be a Muslim.
by Bill Salus
On April 19, 2010 Israel celebrated 62 years of independence. On that same day American president Barrack Obama announced the United States may leverage its veto power in the United Nations against Israel in the future. His threatening statement, which represents a major departure from previous U.S. foreign policy, was designed to coerce Israel into Obama’s vision for Middle East peace.