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Report: Obama Administration Not Done Yet: Wants Israel Back At Suicidal Pre-1967 Borders

Report: Obama Administration Not Done Yet: Wants Israel Back At Suicidal Pre-1967 Borders

Hank Berrien | The Daily Wire -- 

The Israel-hating Obama Administration may not be done trying to eradicate the state of Israel after it let the vicious UN anti-Israel resolution denying Israel’s claim to the sacred Temple Mount pass; on Monday morning the Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds reported that Secretary of State John Kerry will present his framework for Israel and the Palestinians in January, stating that Israel return to the suicidal pre-1967 borders and the Palestinians to have sovereignty over east Jerusalem, which will become the Palestinian capital.

Roughly one month ago, according to the Times of Israel, U.S. officials stated that Barack Obama had“nearly ruled out any major last-ditch effort to put pressure on Israel over stalled peace negotiations with the Palestinians … indicating Obama will likely avoid one last row with Israel’s government as he leaves office.”

Only days later, Kerry laced into Israelspeaking at the Brookings Institution’s Saban Forum, threatening Israel by refusing to commit to veto any UN resolution intended to establish a Palestinian state. He promised a veto “if it is a biased, unfair resolution calculated to delegitimize Israel.”

That was obviously a lie; the UN resolution from which the United states abstained last Friday denied Jewish sovereignty over the holiest place in Judaism, thus essentially denying any Jewish claim to the land of Israel.

Obama himself has been trying to roll Israel back to the “Auschwitz borders” of pre-1967 for years; in May 2011, he stated, "We believe the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states.”

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