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resident Barack Obama is pressuring Jewish and pro-Israel organizations not to lobby for new sanctions against Iran, which Congress is considering this month. The Obama administration wants to give Iran time prove its good faith in new diplomatic efforts to resolve concerns about its nuclear program. Last month, the Obama administration enlisted Jewish and pro-Israel groups to lobby for military action in Syria.The Jerusalem Post reported Wednesday that "national security advisor Susan Rice, her deputies Ben Rhodes and Tony Blinken and Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman" met with "four major American Jewish organizations" and that there was a "serious exchange" over policy towards Iran. Israel's Ha'aretz newspaper identified the four groups as "the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, AIPAC, the Anti Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee."Earlier this month, Sherman had asked Congress to delay new sanctions that would severely restrict Iranian global oil sales.The major sticking point in negotiations is that Iran insists on its "right" to enrich uranium. Current UN Security Council resolutions prohibit Iran from enriching uranium. The Obama administration has offered compromises such as allowing Iran to conduct a limited amount of enrichment. Israel has argued that Iran should be prevented from enriching any uranium at all, given the potential for its use in nuclear weapons.
You would think with their past Jews would recognize someone who hates them as Obama does. I do believe the Jews in Israel are aware of it but those in this country seem oblivious to it. He hates us Christians and Jews and would love to see us eliminated. Anyone who thinks different hasn't been watching this devil.
Jewish Vote Goes 69 Percent For Barack Obama: Exit Polls
WASHINGTON -- Exit polls indicate that President Barack Obama received 69 percent of the Jewish vote Tuesday. Partisans have just begun to argue whether that was an overwhelming endorsement or the latest evidence that one of the Democratic Party's most reliable constituencies is becoming less so with every presidential election.