It's no secret that this interested party would like to see Israel rolled back to 1947 borders then moved to Utah.
World soccer chief Sepp Blatter, the president of FIFA, will visit the Middle East shortly ahead of a bid by the Palestine Football Authority to have Israel suspended from the sport's governing body, Palestine FA head Jibril Rajoub said on Sunday. The Palestinians announced last week that they would submit their proposal at the FIFA Congress in Switzerland on May 28-29. The stated grounds for the bid to suspend Israel are the restrictions that Israel supposedly places on Palestinian footballers, particularly on the movement between Gaza and the West Bank. [Haaretz]
The last 2012 Presidential debate could not have made it more clear: Israel's days are numbered.
Former Nixon henchman, Henry Kissinger, said as much in a New York Post piece according to Franklin Lamb at the Foreign Policy Journal:
It’s a paper entitled “Preparing For A Post Israel Middle East”, an 82-page analysis that concludes that the American national interest in fundamentally at odds with that of Zionist Israel. The authors conclude that Israel is currently the greatest threat to US national interests because its nature and actions prevent normal US relations with Arab and Muslim countries and, to a growing degree, the wider international community.President Harry Truman failed the United States by recognizing the illegal creation of Israel.
New York Post piece here.
Zionists, terrorists, war criminals: just a few truths being spoken to power.
Israel has 80 nuclear warheads. The U.S. is constantly meddling in the region. I don't see Iran as being the problem. @JohnCornyn
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