The centerpiece of Obama’s foreign policy was, as he stated quite clearly at the advent of his administration, outreach to the Muslim world and by implication a chilling of realtions with israel.
At his speech in Cairo, Obama invited representatives of the Muslim Brotherhood to attend. They were given front row seats. This was a signal to the Arab Muslim world that Obama was respectful of an organization whose stated goal is a transnational caliphate with the imposition of sharia, and the annihilation of all Jews, Christians and assorted infidels.
Obama refused to support the Green movement in Iran, thereby enabling and propping up the totalitarian Islamist regime.
In Libya, Obama led from behind.
Obama opened the American emabsssy in Syria, which President George Bush had closed in protest against Assad’s brutal, terrorist regime. By reopening the Syrian embassy Obama was out to prove that they hated us because, well, America was just so unilateral and un-multicultural.
Punch line: Obama just closed the embassy which goes to show what an abject failure is his entire Syrian diplomatic initiative.
Second punch line: Nineteen pro-democracy Americans have been placed under arrest by Egyptian authorities. They will, sooner or later, be labeled spies and agents of the Mossad. They are hostages. Here’s what’s going to happen. Obama will secretly pledge more foreign aid to Egypt to get them back.
Smart diplomacy in action.
As Obama makes war on Catholic doctrine and the freedom of religion in America, his BFFs in Egypt are ethnically cleansing the country of Christians.
“We don’t feel as safe as before,” said Georges Nader, an Egyptian Copt who lives in Cairo. A year after the revolution that led to the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, Nader said that the number of Egyptians Copts fleeing the country was on the rise.
“Half of my family is in Canada or the US, and they are trying to get us out of the country too. We are just waiting for the right opportunity,” the 25-year-old told NOW Lebanon.
Last fall, the Egyptian Coptic Church’s lawyer Naguib Gibrael estimated that some 100,000 Christian families had left the country in the preceding months, and that since Mubarak’s ouster, sectarian strife has escalated in the country.