Palin Slams White House, Says Iran Benefits from US-Israel Crisis


palinThe American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a powerful lobbying group, has criticized the Obama administration for its aggressive tone following Israel’s announcement — during a visit to the country by Vice President Joe Biden — that it would build new housing units in East Jerusalem.Now lawmakers are weighing in with statements echoing the comments by AIPAC, which boasts that its yearly Policy Conference is attended by nearly half of Congress.

New York Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner criticized the administration with a statement suggesting there was a “temper tantrum” by the White House. “Israel is a sovereign nation and an ally, not a punching bag. Enough already,” he said.

And while Sarah Palin may no longer hold elective office, she weighed in as well. On her Facebook page, Palin complained “the Obama Administration has decided to escalate, make unilateral demands of Israel, and threaten the very foundation of the US-Israel relationship.”

“The Obama Administration needs to open its eyes and recognize that it is only Iran and her terrorist allies that benefit from this manufactured Israeli controversy,” she said.

{Noam Newscenter}


  1. Reply to “Rebbe”
    Sorry but you have it all wrong. This time it was Obama that started the provocation. Imagine the US Govt daring to tell any other nation that they have no right to build on their own land.