It was deeply disappointing that during her speech at the United Nations ‘anti-Semitism’ conference last week, US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power failed even to mention ‘Muslim’ or ‘Islamic’ anti-Semitism.
After nearly eight years of President Obama, it feels as though we have returned to September 10, 2001. Obama refuses to talk about radical Islam or acknowledge the war being waged against us. While he lives in a parallel universe, the evidence that his policies have failed continues to mount.
On September 11, 2001, news outlets captured video of Palestinians celebrating upon hearing the news that Muslim terrorists carried out multiple terror attacks in America that killed 3,000 innocent people and injured many more.
In an interview at the American Enterprise Institute conference last November, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was publicly asked how to beat radical Islam. His proposal appeared to have the entire crowd in agreement.
According to a report by British watchdog group Student Rights, there has been more than a 40 percent increase in the number of speakers at London campuses who hold intolerant views, compared to the same period last year.
Regarding the many challenges facing Israel, the Middle East and the West – primarily Iran and ISIS – Netanyahu stated: “My first responsibility is to ensure the safety and security of the one and only Jewish state.”
“To cure the disease, you first need to call it by the name. This has not yet happened with radical Islam because of political correctness. Israel seems to be the only community where people get it,” says Raheel Raza.
Many “experts” have demanded that Israel give up land, which today would have seen the infiltration of ISIS and al-Qaeda. Israel must assume that its need for defensible borders will always be relevant.
Footage has been released from one of the Paris terror attacks showing diners diving for cover as an AK-47-wielding ISIS terrorist fires at them. He aims his gun at two girls, but his gun jams and they manage to escape.