Analysis: Sec. of State Nominee John Kerry’s Record on Israel, Iran & Terrorism Is Troubling

Friday January 4, 2013 4:11 AM - One Comment

netanyahu-kerryThe Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) has noted with concern the record on Israel, Iran and terrorism, including the regimes that sponsor terrorism, of President Barack Obama’s nominee for Secretary of State, Senator John Kerry (D-MA).

Some troubling milestones in John Kerry’s record on Israel and the Middle East:

ZOA National President Morton A. Klein said, “We cannot but help note that Senator Kerry has amassed a record that has included failing to place himself on record to take all necessary measures to ensure Iran doesn’t acquire a nuclear weapons capacity and trying to ingratiate himself with anti-American, anti-Israel dictatorships like the Assad regime.

“Little wonder he was been  described by the Washington Post last July as a ‘prominent admirer’ of Hafez al-Assad.

“Senator Kerry has ignored evidence of the Palestinian Authority’s continuing refusal to implement its Oslo commitments to arrest terrorists and end incitement to hatred and murder against Israel and instead pushed for further Israeli concessions while also criticizing legitimate Israeli counter-terrorist defensive measures like the security fence.

“With this record and approach, Senator Kerry would be weak on Iran, terrorism and supporting Israel.”

{Andy Newscenter}

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One Response to “Analysis: Sec. of State Nominee John Kerry’s Record on Israel, Iran & Terrorism Is Troubling”

1. Comment from RAM
Time January 4, 2013 at 10:48 AM

Obama will not nominate anyone with a better record. Kerry’s record is fine with him.

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