President Trump is the greatest friend Israel has ever had in the White House. He is a miracle.
While addressing the anti-Semitic hate group J-Street, Joe Biden once again lied about Israel. He stated that President Trump has “put Israel in danger” for exiting the JCPOA. The radical deal that gave Iran’s genocidal regime a pathway to build nuclear weapons. Maybe Joe Biden should ask the Israelis if they feel that President Trump’s policies have put them in danger. Maybe he should ask the Israelis if they think that providing Iran’s rulers with a pathway to nukes, and $150 billion dollars to finance Hezbollah, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad makes them more safe.
Joe Biden calling the attack “a hugely escalatory move” in the region.
The former vice president, in a statement, conceded that the leader of Iran’s elite Quds Force deserved to face justice, but warned, “President Trump just tossed a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox.”
“He deserved to be brought to justice for his crimes against American troops and thousands of innocents throughout the region. He supported terror and sowed chaos,” Biden said of Soleimani, who was killed in the strike at Baghdad’s international airport on Friday.
But, Biden said, “None of that negates the fact that this is a hugely escalatory move in an already dangerous region.”
“We could be on the brink of a major conflict across the Middle East,” he said.
Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. Dangerously wrong.
President Trump must attack Joe Biden unmercifully during the debates, and expose his many lies since the MSM wont.
— Amb. Ron Dermer (@AmbDermer) September 11, 2020
Joe Biden: Trump Has ‘Put Israel in Danger,’ Despite Peace with Arab States
By Breitbart, September 11, 2020
Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed Thursday that President Donald Trump has “put Israel in danger” — even as more and more Arab and Muslim states make peace with the Jewish state.
Biden was addressing a fundraiser held by J Street, a far-left, George Soros-backed organization that opposes the Israeli government. J Street styles itself as “pro-peace,” but opposes the Trump administration’s peace plan for the Middle East, calling it the “Trump Peace Sham.”
In his remarks to J Street, Biden reportedly claimed that “Trump has put Israel in danger by tearing up the Iran nuclear deal,” and that he has “has undermined the stability of self-determination for the Palestinians, undercutting hope for a viable two-state solution any chance that he gets.” (Another report claimed Biden was blaming Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, not Trump, for undermining Palestinian self-determination.)
The Israeli government argued, in contrast, that it was the Obama-Biden administration’s nuclear deal with Iran that put it in danger.
The deal slowed Iran’s nuclear program for a limited time, but expired after roughly a decade. It also allowed Iran to develop nuclear-capable ballistic missiles, and to continue sponsoring terrorist proxies. Moreover, the deal removed many sanctions on Iran, gave the regime an estimated $100 to $150 billion in unfrozen assets, and delivered billions more in cash.
The Iran deal also threatened Arab states, ironically — and unintentionally — encouraging them to improve ties with Israel.
The Trump peace plan offers Palestinians a state, plus $50 billion in investment, if it agrees to recognize Israel and stop terror and incitement.
Trump signed a bipartisan law, the Taylor Force Act, in 2018 cutting aid to the Palestinian Authority while it continues to pay stipends to terrorists and their families. He also ended U.S. funding for a United Nations “refugee” agency for Palestinians that, critics say, encourages radicalism and prolongs the conflict.
In the past several weeks, Israel has reached historic agreements to establish peace and normalize relations with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and with Muslim-majority Chad and Muslim-majority Kosovo. In addition, Serbia, Malawi, Chad, and Kosovo have agreed to put embassies in Jerusalem, following the lead of the Trump administration, which did so in 2018. Saudi Arabia has also agreed to allow Israeli commercial aircraft to fly over its territory for the first time.
And on Friday, the Arab Gulf state of Bahrain was reported to have reached an agreement to normalize relations with Israel.
Biden once touted his pro-Israel credentials, but played a leading role in creating distance between the U.S. and Israel under President Barack Obama. He “condemned” Israel in 2010 for planning to build apartments in a Jewish area of eastern Jerusalem, and says he wants to restore the Iran nuclear deal, despite continuing Israeli objections.
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