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huntinman
09-13-2012, 09:06 AM
UNREAL… Obama Invites Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood President to Meet Next Week – Refuses to Meet Netanyahu
Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, 9:06 PM




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Unbelievable!…
Barack Obama invited Muslim Brotherhood Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi to meet with him in New York next week.
But, not Netanyahu.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lectured Barack Obama in the Oval Office on the dangers facing the Jews back in May 2011.

But… Barack Obama won’t meet with Israeli leader Netanyahu over Iran row.
He’s going to be campaigning and on Letterman.
Reuters reported:


The White House has rejected a request by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet President Barack Obama in the United States this month, an Israeli official said on Tuesday, after a row erupted between the allies over Iran’s nuclear programme.

An Israeli official told Reuters on condition of anonymity that Netanyahu’s aides had asked for a meeting when he visits the United Nations this month, and “the White House has got back to us and said it appears a meeting is not possible. It said that the president’s schedule will not permit that”.

Netanyahu has met with Obama on all the Israeli leader’s U.S. trips since 2009.

Earlier today President Muhammad Morsi promised to sue the US filmmakers who produced a movie that insulted the prophet Mohammad.

UPDATE: Barack Obama told NBC tonight “I don’t think that we would consider (Egypt) an ally.”
(Maybe he should have thought about that before he threw Mubarak under the bus!)

helencalif
09-13-2012, 01:01 PM
Question: when did Netanyahu want to meet the POTUS (dates?) and what is on Obama's schedule that prevents him from meeting with him?

Helen

HPL
09-13-2012, 01:35 PM
Question: when did Netanyahu want to meet the POTUS (dates?) and what is on Obama's schedule that prevents him from meeting with him?

Helen

I'll add to that question: How flexible was Netanyahu's schedule?

achiro
09-13-2012, 01:40 PM
Question: when did Netanyahu want to meet the POTUS (dates?) and what is on Obama's schedule that prevents him from meeting with him?

Helen
My understanding is that it is at the same time. During the UN general assembly. The O admin asked for the meeting with Morsi but denied requests from Netanyahu when he asked.

gman0046
09-19-2012, 03:17 PM
Why does it surprise anyone that a muslim president would rather meet with muslims then Netanyahu?

Uncle Bill
09-19-2012, 04:06 PM
Why does it surprise anyone that a muslim president would rather meet with muslims then Netanyahu?



Doesn't surprise me in the least. When he SAID he was a muslim, all of us Americans believed him...only his blind sheep followers were able to listen to him say it, but continue to deny he said it. How smart must you be to try and convince us of that?

UB

gman0046
09-19-2012, 04:38 PM
In the muslim religion if your father was a muslim, you are a muslim. Plain and simple. Do any Obongolo supporters deny his father was a muslim? The name of Obongolo's book is dreams of my father. What don't Americans understand about this?

ARay11
09-19-2012, 04:58 PM
menmon?...... menmon?..... menmon?.....

Golddogs
09-21-2012, 01:08 PM
Keep your Friends Close......................but keep your enemies closer!

A public meeting with Netenyahu is not needed.

ARay11
09-21-2012, 01:19 PM
listened closely to a Netenyahu interview. The meeting is necessary. Whether or not Obama views it as such, PM Netenyahu does. Iran is a few short months away from the ability to create a nuclear warhead. Obama will not take the meeting because he does not want to place a line in the sand for Iran. He'd rather place his head in the sand and ignore Netenyahu.

Golddogs
09-21-2012, 03:34 PM
listened closely to a Netenyahu interview. The meeting is necessary. Whether or not Obama views it as such, PM Netenyahu does. Iran is a few short months away from the ability to create a nuclear warhead. Obama will not take the meeting because he does not want to place a line in the sand for Iran. He'd rather place his head in the sand and ignore Netenyahu.

And you seriously believe that they are not talking about that very thing in private, secure, communications?

Not everything needs a spotlight Regards.

ARay11
09-21-2012, 03:37 PM
And you seriously believe that they are not talking about that very thing in private, secure, communications?

Not everything needs a spotlight Regards.

No, it does not require a spotlight. However, I do not see PM Netenyahu as being a liar.

road kill
09-21-2012, 03:37 PM
Keep your Friends Close......................but keep your enemies closer!

A public meeting with Netenyahu is not needed.
But a public meeting with the Muslim Brother hood is?

Why????

ARay11
09-21-2012, 03:44 PM
But a public meeting with the Muslim Brother hood is?

Why????

and here I was thinking, "The United States does not negotiate with terrorits" :rolleyes:
oh i know... iknow.... they're the good guys....it's just a few bad apples in their countries that are making a ruckus..these fellas are not terrorists...

gmhr1
09-23-2012, 01:27 PM
Obama and Netanyahu will be together this week at the UN word is they still wont have a meeting.

helencalif
09-23-2012, 03:32 PM
Today on Fox News Sunday ... on Tuesday this coming week Obama is going to be on The View. Far too busy to meet with Netanyahu. In fact, so busy this week that there won't be a meeting while Netanyahu is in New York. Far too busy if Netanyahu offered to a meeting in Washington. Ooops, Obama probably won't be in Washington.

gmhr1
09-23-2012, 03:48 PM
Maybe the ladies of the view can get th truth out of him , maybe he will admit we attacked again on 9/11 and it had NOTHING to do with the video. On Univision he was asked about the security situation they said his answer was 2 1/2 minutes long but he never answered the question. He told how sorry he was for the famillies on and on ....but no answer. He loves to talk he just never says anything.

Gerry Clinchy
09-23-2012, 09:31 PM
NY Times interview with Morsi, seems to be that they want to be friends and take our aid, but they will do what they want in the terms of their own culture, not ours; and US has to live up to its commitment to an independent Palestinian state. Meanwhile, in Pakistan, they think the US needs to make a law against blasphemy. Of course, in their country blasphemy would only apply to Allah, since other religions are considered invalid. And therein is the crux of the problem. They have no real grasp of allowing all free speech, even when what is being said is offensive.

gmhr1
09-25-2012, 10:17 AM
According to former UN Ambassador John Bolton, Obama is not even going to the UN Secretary General Luncheon that we pay 22% of the cost of . He wants one thing, to get out of this UN meeting as fast as he can and not say anything that may become news worthy.

Gerry Clinchy
09-25-2012, 10:51 AM
According to former UN Ambassador John Bolton, Obama is not even going to the UN Secretary General Luncheon that we pay 22% of the cost of . He wants one thing, to get out of this UN meeting as fast as he can and not say anything that may become news worthy.

Hmm ... the WH was saying that Obama would be there to meet the leaders personally, even if not individually. So that's a change of narrative. Also mentioned that they were "still" trying to see if Obama could meet with Netanyahu, but it did not seem likely that it could be arranged. I thought that there was never a request for a meeting? so there had been no plan for a meeting? Does this begin to sound like the pattern seen WRT the attack on the Libyan embassy and other unrest in the ME? It sounds like, "Let's see if we can fly this over and see if anyone will believe it." When it is not believed, then the narrative is changed to accommodate the situation. Hmmm ... sort of sounds like the whole foreign policy pattern we've seen unfolding over the past 3+ years. How could any of our allies OR our enemies trust what we say or do?

Gerry Clinchy
09-29-2012, 08:49 PM
NY Times


The Obama administration notified Congress on Friday that it would provide Egypt (http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/international/countriesandterritories/egypt/index.html?inline=nyt-geo)’s new government an emergency cash infusion of $450 million, but the aid immediately encountered resistance from a prominent lawmaker wary of foreign aid and Egypt’s new course under the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood.


The aid is part of the $1 billion in assistance that the Obama administration has pledged to Egypt to bolster its transition to democracy after the overthrow last year of the former president, Hosni Mubarak (http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/m/hosni_mubarak/index.html?inline=nyt-per). Its fate, however, was clouded by concerns over the new government’s policies and, more recently, the protests that damaged the American Embassy in Cairo.

The United States Agency for International Development notified Congress of the cash infusion on Friday morning during the pre-election recess, promptly igniting a smoldering debate over foreign aid and the administration’s handling of crises in the Islamic world.

An influential Republican lawmaker, Representative Kay Granger of Texas, immediately announced that she would use her position as chairwoman of the House appropriations subcommittee overseeing foreign aid to block the distribution of the money. She said the American relationship with Egypt “has never been under more scrutiny” than it is in the wake of the election of President Mohamed Morsi, a former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood (who just, BTW, informed the world that he has ordered the arrest the film maker who made that incendiary video, and we really shouldn't allow this kind of free speech here.)

“I am not convinced of the urgent need for this assistance and I cannot support it at this time,” Ms. Granger said in a statement that her office issued even before the administration announced the package.



In addition to the $1 billion in assistance, the administration is working with Egypt to provide $375 million in financing and loan guarantees for American financiers who invest in Egypt and a $60 million investment fund for Egyptian businesses. All of that comes on top of $1.3 billion in military aid that the United States provides Egypt each year.

A senior State Department official said that the administration would consult with members of Congress in the days ahead “to make the case that this budget support is firmly in U.S. interests in seeing peace, stability and democracy in Egypt and the wider neighborhood.”


Somehow I don't think that anybody in Congress feels like handing over a chunk of $ to Egypt right now. And handing it over right now, so soon after the attacks and the UN statements, really does make it look to the world like we're giving in to extortion.

ARay11
10-01-2012, 12:21 PM
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