March 23, 2015 SnyderTalk: Following Netanyahu’s Victory, Obama and the Democratic Party Show Their True Colors

1--Intro Covering Israel and ME

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: may they prosper who love you.” Psalm 122: 6


2--SnyderTalk Editorial 4


Following Netanyahu’s Victory, Obama and the Democratic Party Show Their True Colors

Having done his best to unseat Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu and having been soundly thrashed, Barack Obama has resorted to back alley tactics.  For a man who talks so much about cooperation and working together, he is one deceitful and sinister human being.

Obama’s words are vacuous, and he is unreliable.  The people of Israel know that.  Most Americans still haven’t figured it out.

The Israeli people are not subjects of the United States, and Israel is not a U.S. colony.  Israel is the Promised Land and the Israeli people are among the chosen people.  Our president would do well to take those truths seriously.  The fact that he doesn’t tells us a lot about him and his true beliefs.

Michael Curtis had an interesting take on Obama’s reaction to Netanyahu’s victory:

A saying attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt is that small minds discuss people, average minds discuss events, and great minds discuss ideas. This is not applicable to all commentators on public affairs but sadly rather true about the remarks made by the White House after the victory of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the parliamentary election in Israel on March 17, 2015, as well as declarations during the controversy over the speech Netanyahu delivered to a joint session of Congress on March 3, 2015.

Some of the remarks about the person of Netanyahu are hyperbolic, disrespectful, and quite inexplicable. National Security Advisor Susan Rice, before the election, declared that Netanyahu’s speech would be “destructive of the fabric of the relationship” between the United States and Israel. After the Israeli election, White House spokesman, Josh Earnest, spoke of the “divisive rhetoric that seeks to marginalize Arab Israeli citizens, and undermines the values and democratic ideals that have been important to our democracy and an important part of what binds the US and Israel together.”

Obama has proven time and time again

  • that he has a small mind,
  • that he is petty,
  • that he is nihilistic, and
  • that he is narcissistic.

Obama is not likely to change during the final 22 months of his presidency, so Americans who support Israel need to gear up for action.  It’s time to push back against the president with a passion.

Call your congressman and your senator.  Make personal visits to see them.  Write a letter to the president.  Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper.  Do what our form of government requires us to do when issues matter to us.  That’s what Israel’s opponents are doing.  It’s time for us to make our voices heard.

Obama is not alone.  He has accomplices, and the Democratic Party is chief among them.  See “Israel’s future: Hillary Clinton’s silence on Netanyahu’s win speaks volumes”:

Following his election victory, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at length with Fox News host Megyn Kelly, and with President Obama, but there’s no sign that Netanyahu has heard from Hillary Clinton, who is expected to announce soon that she will run for U.S. president.

This stands in stark contrast to several Republicans contemplating presidential bids who rushed to congratulate Netanyahu right after his “against all odds” win for his Likud Party.

Clinton has been tweeting—although she’s shy about emailing—on all sorts of subjects. So, why, as the leading Democratic presidential possibility, has she not reached out to Netanyahu? Perhaps it’s to solidify her support from the Democratic Party, which has grown increasingly unsympathetic to Israel—influenced by President Obama and what The New York Times has called his “poisonous relationship” with Netanyahu.

The only time we know that Hillary isn’t lying is when she says nothing.  In this instance, her silence screams the truth.

The Democratic Party is Israel’s worst enemy.  Even though they enjoy enormous Jewish support, they have done more to harm Israel in the last 6 years than most people would have thought possible.  If a Democrat wins the 2016 presidential election, things will get much worse.

Actually, the Democratic Party isn’t just anti-Israel: it’s anti-Yahweh.  They proved that when they booed Him during their 2012 Democratic National Convention.  That shocked lots of people, including me.  Rarely do they make their true beliefs so transparent, but they did it then.

The Democratic Party’s hedonism and hatred for Israel are off the charts.  Electing them to run anything is risky, but electing them to run a country is dangerous.  At this point, we know that beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Daniel Estrin of the Associated Press says that “Netanyahu’s election victory [is] a reality check for liberal Israelis.”  He’s right about that, but it’s also a reality check for U.S. liberals, especially those who claim to love Yahweh, Israel, and the Jewish people.

Liberals in both countries are on the wrong side of most issues concerning Israel.  Thanks to them, Israel is in more danger today than it has been since 1948.

Liberals are stubbornly committed to their flawed theories despite mountains of hard evidence proving that they are wrong.  They aren’t likely to change, either.  It’s time to vote them out of office and become vocal about our opposition to them and their ruinous policies.

Saying that liberals are distraught about Netanyahu’s victory is an understatement.  It drove them crazy.  See “Is Israel Losing Its Soul”:

When the astounding results of Israel’s general elections began trickling in on Tuesday night, I was seated in Israel Public Television’s new white-and-blue studio. The sense of shock that pervaded the freshly decorated stage was palpable. Suddenly my iPhone lit up with a new WhatsApp text. It was from the daughter of a dear friend, a university student, informing me that she intended to renew her European passport. This country has no future, she wrote. If I want to lead a normal life, I have to leave.

When I returned home from the studio after a long and exhausting night, I saw that many of the texts I had received while on- air—from close friends, colleagues and family members—shared a common, morose theme: Rather than ushering in the dawn of a new era, the faint grey light of morning felt like darkness-at-noon. Many of Tel Aviv’s neighborhoods and its prosperous suburbs seemed to be in mourning. In cafes, in hi-tech offices and in various newsrooms people spoke of a “disastrous outcome”. The liberal third of Israel’s population seemed to be exhibiting signs of depression. At times, it sounded as if they were speaking of heavy losses suffered in a devastating war. Something precious had been lost. Wherever I turned, I was met with the sense that Israel had not only lost its way, but had disfigured its future. As if there was another country out there: brazenly nationalist, stridently religious, barely democratic. Is this really the case? Did Israel lose its soul?

Israel didn’t lose its way or its soul.  The Israeli people came to their senses and accepted reality.  They recognized that they can’t make peace with people who openly declare that their goal in life is to annihilate them or to die trying, preferably in a suicide attack that kills innocent Israeli citizens.

Liberal Democrats are stuck in the Twilight Zone where facts aren’t facts and reality is make-believe.  We can’t wait for them to figure out how out-of-touch they are because that may never happen.

Some liberal Democrats are urging President Obama “to cut off America’s subsidies to Israel”:

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s come-from-behind re-election victory this week, fueled by an overt embrace of apartheid policy and racist fear-mongering about Arab voters, has put the United States in a difficult situation. So long as Netanyahu pretended that he was committed to democratic values and a two-state solution, the Americans could look the other way or blame Palestinian intransigence for a lack of progress.

But now, despite some shameless backtracking, it’s clear that Netanyahu is, at best, an unreliable partner for peace, if not an outright foe of an independent Palestine. As many have pointed out, the divergence of U.S. and Israeli interests has never been more pronounced, and the big question is how the U.S. should adjust. While the Obama administration has indicated it may support a United Nations resolution calling for an independent Palestine along 1967 borders, it should go even further: by cutting the U.S.’s massive subsidies to Israel and withdrawing diplomatic cover for Netanyahu’s every move.

Liberal Democrats have lost their minds, or what’s left of them.  It may comfort them to know that Palestinians are in lockstep with them:

Disheartened but not surprised by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s election victory this week, Palestinian leaders are hoping his strident stance on their statehood will turn President Obama into a more active ally for their cause.

It’s “about time” the U.S. reassess its relationship with Israel, Hanan Ashrawi, a senior Palestinian official and lawmaker said, adding she hopes the White House will find the “political will and courage to stand up to Israel.”

The day before Israel’s parliamentary elections, Netanyahu declared there would not be a Palestinian state on his watch. On Thursday, he changed his tone.

“I don’t want a one-state solution. I want a sustainable, peaceful two-state solution, but for that, circumstances have to change,” the Israeli leader said on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports in his first interview since his Likud Party won Tuesday’s election.

It’s long past time for the U.S. to reconsider subsidies to Palestinians.  We know that about 85% of the money that we give them is misused or stolen.  For example,

  • All security prisoners get a base salary of 1400 shekels ($400) per month.
  • Terrorists sentenced to 3-5 years get 2,000 shekels ($560) per month.
  • Terrorists sentenced to 5-10 years get 4,000 shekels ($1,100) per month.
  • Terrorists sentenced to 10-15 years get 6,000 shekels ($1,690) per month.
  • Terrorists sentenced to 15-20 years get 7,000 shekels ($2,000) per month.
  • Terrorists sentenced to 20-25 years get 8,000 shekels ($2,250) per month.
  • Terrorists sentenced to 25-30 years get 10,000 shekels ($2,800) per month.
  • The worst offenders, those who commit mass murder, get the top wage of 12,000 shekels ($3,400) per month—up to 10 times more than the average pay.

Why do we continue throwing our hard-earned dollars at Palestinian leaders who are getting rich at our expense while they pay terrorists to kill innocent Israelis?  That makes no sense.

Obama said that Israel is hampering his Palestinian “peace plan”.  I hope he’s right, and I hope that thinking Americans join thinking Israelis to prevent a tragedy.

Will Obama try to punish Israel in the U.N.?  Probably.  Arabs seem to think so?  So do liberal Democrats.

Actually, he’s doing it now.  A few days ago, Israel was the only nation in the world that was condemned by the U.N. for violating the rights of women.  That’s laughable, and it couldn’t have happened without an approving nod from Obama.

That’s ludicrous.  In predominantly Muslim countries, women are routinely brutalized, raped, disfigured, and murdered with impunity, but Israel, a country where women enjoy equal rights, was condemned for violating women’s rights.  Liberal Democrats believe that’s the way it should be.

It’s time to teach them a lesson.  Netanyahu’s re-election was a good start, but it was just the beginning.  If we do our jobs, they will feel even more pain.  That’s the way it should be.






13--Perspectives 2


Leo Hohmann: Major Prophetic Announcement! – Holy Altar Constructed For Third Jewish Temple— End-times prophecy watchers are marveling over a news report out of Jerusalem this week that the Altar of the Lord has been reconstructed by the Temple Institute. The Institute, based in the Old City of Jerusalem, announced it has finished building an altar that is essentially “ready for use” in sacrificial services. The altar is the most ambitious project to date toward the goal of rebuilding the Jewish Temple. The massive outdoor altar, which took several years to build, can be operational at little more than a moment’s notice, reported the Israeli magazine Matzav Haruach. The altar is the last major component needed for the long-obstructed sacrifices to resume in a future Jewish temple. Ultra-Orthodox Jews pray daily for its reconstruction atop the holy hill known as Mount Moriah or the Temple Mount. Bible scholars say the rebuilding of the ancient temple is predicted throughout scripture, starting with Daniel’s vision in Daniel 9:27. Jesus echoed Daniel’s warning about an abomination standing in “the holy place” in the last days in Matthew 24:15, followed by the Apostle John’s vision of the Temple in Revelation 11:1-2. Paul mentioned it in 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4. Most people don’t realize the temple had two altars — the altar of burnt offering and the altar of incense. The largest was the altar of burnt offering, placed in the outer court of the priests. Designing and building it to exact biblical specifications required quite an undertaking.

Caroline Glick: The urgent business of the next government— On Tuesday, the Israeli people spoke. They gave a clear mandate to the nationalist camp, led by the Likud and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, to lead the country. Now that the people have spoken, our leaders must consider the steps they must take, immediately upon entering office, that will enable them to advance their agenda and so meet the public’s expectations. To understand why this is necessary, we need to recall why Netanyahu decided to dismantle his last coalition government and opt for an early election. What made Netanyahu decide that he would be better off going to an election and risk losing power rather than maintaining his existing government intact? There were two developments that caused Netanyahu to break up his coalition government by firing then-justice minister Tzipi Livni and then-finance minister Yair Lapid. First, they voted in favor of the so-called “Israel Hayom” bill, legislation that would have forced the closure of the mass circulation free daily “Israel Hayom.”

Steve Apfel: Obama’s Deal with the Devil— The White House, determined to bring Iran in from the cold, goes headlong into negotiations with the devil. It is from Marlowe’s character Dr Faustus we learn that if you must bargain with the devil then prepare for the worst case scenario. The demon, right after holding out a deal to die for, went so far as to give Faustus fair warning. Mephistopheles warns him in so many words, Go ahead, sell your soul but remember, the horrors of hell await you.  Let no one accuse the devil of nondisclosure. He reveals his hand, knowing that discontents and risk addicts never heed bad omens. They reckon they’re smarter than the devil, which probably explains why pacts and the paper they’re written on are equivalent in value. In headlong pursuit of breaking news, misgivings are brushed aside while feted honour beckons like a pot of gold. The rewards are imposing and the dangers too remote. The fate of Faustus was eternal damnation. But the gambling medic was not the President of the United States. Faustus sealed his own fate, not the fate of mankind, which is what the looming nuclear deal could seal. If team Obama won’t learn from the doomed headstrong doctor, there are lessons closer to home.

Bassam Tawil: Do Israelis Really Think the U.S. Will Come to Their Aid?: They will be in for a shock— Many Israelis seem to think that if Iran does acquire nuclear weapons, if Israel could just offer up a more friendly face, the current U.S. Administration would, in a crisis, come to their help. They could not be more wrong. Many Israelis seem to be counting on some deeply wished-for love from the current U.S. Administration. What they may not want to see is that their unrequited love for the U.S. runs far deeper than any disagreement with Israel’s current prime minister. Just ask Syria, ask Iraq, ask Yemen, ask Libya, ask Saudi Arabia, ask Kuwait, ask Egypt. The current U.S. Administration does not even send weapons; it sends meals-ready-to-eat. Israel and the rest of us in the region — as Iran has already encircled all the oil fields and is now taking over Iraq — have no more to look forward to than that. Hard as it may be for Israelis to believe it, Israel’s survival most likely does not figure into the current U.S. Administration’s calculations at all. No matter who wins the election this week, the U.S. will grant Iran its nuclear weapons. If they end up turned on Israel, no matter who is prime minister, so be it. No matter who wins the election this week in Israel, if and when Iran has a nuclear bomb, there is not a thing the current U.S. Administration will do to help Israel. To the current U.S. leadership, Israel is just the next Sudetenland. The Israelis will have only themselves to rely on.

Chris Stephen: Fear of Tunisia’s democracy led Isis to launch an attack on its tourist economy—A Humvee sits incongruously amid the marble columns of the ruined city of Carthage on the outskirts of Tunis, deployed to reassure visitors after last week’s Bardo museum attack. But since the terrorist killing of 21 people, 18 of whom were tourists, there have been almost no visitors. And staff fear it may stay that way. “We hope they will come back; we cannot know yet if the Bardo events will affect the visitors,” said Mohammed Ghadab, who has been a guide there for 43 years. “We will only know next Wednesday.” Wednesday is the day buses depart from the cruise ships docked in the port below, making a circuit that includes stopoffs at markets, Carthage and the Bardo museum.

Bernard-Henri Lévy: How To Answer Terrorists in Tunisia—Not only as governments but as individuals we should reaffirm our support for democracy, art and culture in Tunisia. It is time to visit the country and its museums. Who struck Tunis? Was it the Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the attack? Was it an infiltrated cell belonging to Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb and aligned with the hundred fighters of the Okba Ibn Nafaa brigade in the Jebel ech Chambi region of western Tunisia, near the Algerian border? Was it the extreme Salafist Ansar al-Sharia organization, whose sermons, supposedly charitable organizations, and militants (who, no sooner are they released from jail that they begin fomenting radical Islamist counterrevolution) have been tolerated for too long by the government that emerged from the revolution against Zine El Abidine Ben Ali?

Liz Sly: Five thoughts Petraeus has about the future of the Middle East—Gen. David H. Petraeus, who commanded U.S. troops during the 2007-2008 surge, was back in Iraq last week for the first time in more than three years. He was attending the annual Sulaimani Forum, a get-together of Iraqi leaders, thinkers and academics, at the American University of Iraq – Sulaimani in northern Iraq’s Kurdistan region. In his most expansive comments yet on the latest crisis in Iraq and Syria, he answered written questions from The Post’s Liz Sly, offering insights into the mistakes, the prosecution and the prospects of the war against the Islamic State, which he refers to by its Arabic acronym, Daesh. Here are the five key takeaways from the interview. 1. Shiite militias and Iran now pose a bigger regional threat than the Islamic State.

Burak Bekdil: The Age of “Dangerous Turkish Criminals”—The teen’s father, in comments to the press, called for the government to use its resources to crack down on corrupt government officials, rather than children expressing themselves on social media. “It is an honor to be detained for my opinions, not for stealing or for corruption.” — Atilla Tas, Turkish singer. Can Dundar, one of Turkey’s most prominent journalists, and editor-in-chief of the secular daily newspaper Cumhuriyet, was summoned after interviewing a prosecutor in charge of a massive corruption investigation that implicated Erdogan, his sons, four cabinet ministers, their sons and some government-friendly businessmen. A criminal investigation launched against Dundar alleged that his remarks in the interview had insulted Erdogan.

Riyadh Mohammed: How Iran Is Taking Over the Middle East—Two weeks ago, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged Congress to ensure the U.S. would not be soft on Iran. Then, 47 Republican senators wrote to the Iranian leadership to tell them that Congress will need to approve any deal Obama may make with Tehran over its nuclear program. Finally, we had a senior advisor to the Iranian president saying that Iran has become a Middle Eastern empire whose capital is Baghdad. As U.S. politicians argue about how best to squelch Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the regime in Tehran is exerting itself in other ways, winning powerful influence in neighboring Iraq and across the Middle East.

Peter Foster and Inna Lazareva: Iran ‘deeply hostile’ to US interests in Middle East warns former top US general in Iraq—President Barack Obama’s efforts to engineer a diplomatic rapprochement with Iran came under fire last night when a former top US general in Iraq warned that Iran remained “deeply hostile” to American interests in the Middle East. “The current Iranian regime is not our ally in the Middle East. It is ultimately part of the problem, not the solution,” said David Petraeus, the former CIA director and author of the troop surge that temporarily suppressed al-Qaeda in Iraq by 2009. His assessment of Iran as a fundamentally malign force in the region is starkly at odds with Mr Obama’s own efforts to broker a nuclear deal with Iran’s leaders that could ultimately presage a strategic realignment of US interests in the Middle East. Mr Petraeus warned that Iranian-backed militias now operating in Iraq posed a greater long-term threat to the country’s future stability than the militants of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil).

Uzay Bulut: Needed: “Islamist Apartheid Week”— The last thing the Middle East needs is still another genocidal, totalitarian, racist state, run by Islamic extremists such as Hamas. “The BDS movement is immoral because it violates the core principle if human rights: namely, ‘the worst first.’ Israel is among the freest and most democratic nations in the world. It is certainly the freest and most democratic nation in the Middle East. Its Arab citizens enjoy more rights than Arabs anywhere else in the world. They serve in the Knesset, in the Judiciary, in the Foreign Service, in the academy and in business. They are free to criticize Israel and support its enemies.” — Alan M. Dershowitz, Professor Emeritus, Harvard Law School. What these dictators and tyrants evidently calculate, is that if Israel can just be made to go away, their own people will no longer be able to compare the restrictions at home to the limitless opportunities they can see so temptingly in the oasis next door.

Ingrid Carlqvist and Lars Hedegaard: Sweden’s Foreign Minister Reviled as an Enemy of the Prophet—Evidently, Sweden’s Foreign Minister was unaware that that by criticizing Islamic sharia customs, such as flogging a blogger a thousand times and the ill-treatment of women, she was, in fact, seen as turning against Islam itself. There appears to be a genuine but concerning lack of knowledge in the Swedish government about Islam and Islamic affairs. “It makes no difference what she says. In Islam, it is for Muslims to determine whether or not one has criticized their religion.” — Johannes J.G. Jansen, author and historian of Islam. From a Muslim perspective, any criticism or infringement of sharia law and Muslims’ obligation to wage jihad [war in the service of Islam] is a violation of their freedom of religion.

Ingrid Carlqvist and Lars Hedegaard: Sweden’s Middle East Policy in Ruins— The Swedish government, parliament and mainstream media seem to have no inkling of what Islamic sharia law implies. In their hearts, they evidently believe that we all think the same. As Sweden champions democracy, liberty and equal rights, the Swedish establishment apparently cannot imagine that others would think otherwise. In sharia law, there are no “human rights” as thought of in the West, but only human obligations as imposed by Allah and his prophet. Whatever is inside sharia law is a human right. Whatever is outside sharia law is not a human right.

Walter Russell Mead: The Way Forward on Iran—While the Senators’ letter to the Supreme Leader of Iran should have been addressed either to President Obama or to Secretary Kerry as a matter of protocol, as a matter of law the Senators are right. Any deal negotiated between President Obama and Iran will not be legally binding – either on the U.S. or Iran. The President has the authority to bind himself through an agreement with a foreign power; he does not have the authority to bind the Congress, the courts, or his successors. The President’s defenders are right that in many ways America’s Iran diplomacy has been handled with deftness and skill. Keeping Russia, China, Britain, Germany, and France all on the same page while the U.S. both tightens sanctions against Iran and works to hammer out a nuclear deal is a rare feat of cat-herding. But President Obama has only herded some of the cats who need to be corralled; he appears to assume that Israel, Congress, and Saudi Arabia have no choice but to fall in line. Yet Netanyahu’s speech to Congress and the Cotton letter were very public statements that they are unhappy and don’t intend to go along. Moreover, news that the Saudis are stepping up their own nuclear program suggests that President Obama can’t end the nuclear arms race in the Middle East without their support.

JTA: Report: Tehran Received Nuclear Know-How from Argentina in Exchange for Kirchner’s Election Funds—Iran financed the 2007 campaign of Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in exchange for nuclear know-how and impunity for Iranians in the AMIA bombing, the Brazilian magazine Veja reported on Saturday. “I need you to broker with Argentina for aid to my country’s nuclear program,” Iran’s then-president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, told Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez on Jan. 13, 2007, according to three former Chavez Cabinet members who now live in the U.S. “We need Argentinians to share their knowledge on nuclear technology; without this collaboration it is impossible to advance our program.” “I have another issue,” Ahmadinejad added. “I need you to discourage the Argentinians from insisting that Interpol capture the authorities of my country,” referring to six Iranians on the Interpol most wanted list in connection with the 1994 AMIA Jewish center bombing in Buenos Aires that killed 85.






9--Jerusalem Post


Jerusalem: US ‘reassessment’ threat aims to distract attention from Iran nuke deal

Netanyahu must make amends with Israel’s Arab citizens, Herzog says

Labor confirms Netanyahu sought unity government

Security forces nab Hamas cell in Kalkilya that plotted terror bombings

Likud denies Zionist Union claim that Netanyahu sought unity government

Anti-Semitic attackers yelling ‘we will kill you’ storm synagogue in London

Pope Francis asks mobsters to stop mothers’ tears and repent

J Street will press Jewish groups to distinguish between Israel, West Bank

Sean Penn watches ISIS beheading videos to avoid being “anesthetized” to real violence

SnyderTalk Comment: Sean Penn is a nutjob.

IDF issues 3rd report on Gaza war probes



10--Arutz Sheva


Is Netanyahu Trying to Form Unity Government Behind the Scenes?

Jewish Community ‘in Shock’ Over Brooklyn Tragedy

Ayaan Hirsi Ali Considered Converting to Judaism?

Justin Bieber Sued Over Anti-Semitic Tirade

Israelis Advised Against Visiting 41 Countries

Herzog Approaches Kahlon for Coalition Coup

 Likud Unequivocally Recommends Netanyahu for PM 

Druze Leaders Demand Non-Jewish Minister

Likud Angered by Other Parties’ Demands

Amb. to Israel Laments ‘Confusing’ Situation

IDF Conducts Emergency Exercises Near Gaza

6 Criminal Investigations of Soldiers in Gaza War

Israel Lets 1,000 Tons of Cement Into Gaza

PA: Talks ‘Only on Two-State Solution’ Basis








New U.S. Intelligence Assessment Removes Iran and Hizbullah from List of Terrorism Threats

Netanyahu scores crushing victory in Israeli elections

After Netanyahu win, Obama takes off the gloves

AIPAC urges Obama to strengthen ties with Netanyahu

Post-election, a widening US Jewish split over Israel

Palestinians wait to see which PM Netanyahu got reelected

Netanyahu accuses foreign governments of mobilizing left

After electoral trouncing, what future for the Israeli left?

Kahlon vows to help the poor, the weak and the ‘other’

After vote, Palestinians mull ending security cooperation

Argentine opposition lawmakers urge caution on Iran deal

Students distressed by swastikas on South Africa campus

Parents of Turin chief rabbi survive Tunis terror attack

Israeli minister blames Iran at Argentina bombing ceremony

Nuclear talks gear up after Obama appeals to Iran

US says deal would bar Iran nuclear bomb in ‘perpetuity’



12a--Other News


Pentagon investigates ‘IS online threat’ to US military

UN Security Council to meet on Yemen on Sunday

Yemen: Bombs kill 137 at mosques; ISIS purportedly lays claim

Yemeni city Taiz ‘seized by Shia rebels’

Saudi Arabia condemns mosque attacks in Sana’a

Shiite rebels call for Yemen offensive; US troops evacuate

Obama Enjoys Ivy League Women’s College Basketball As US Troops Flee Yemen

Searing memory turns Tunisia survivors fearful, defiant

University’s ‘anti-Semitic’ Israel conference condemned

UN Commission Blames Israel for Plight of Palestinian Women

It’s Official: The Pentagon Finally Admitted That Israel Has Nuclear Weapons, Too

SnyderTalk Comment: It was no secret, but the timing of the “admission” by the Pentagon is suspicious.

Report: Nearly 13,000 Syrians Tortured to Death by Assad Regime

Hamas Rebuilds Its Naval Commando Force 








Saudi Arabia: Iran Deal Could Start Nuclear Fuel Race 

Democrats Prepared to Buck White House on Iran Nuclear Deal

Iran flourishing under sanctions: Leader

Iran rejects ‘bullying’ as West stresses unity in nuclear talks

Iran Negotiators See Deal Possible as Khamenei Decries US

Iran nuclear: Western powers promise ‘no bad deal’

Iran Resolved to Keep Arak Reactor, Fordo Enrichment Plant in Any Final Deal with Powers

Iran nuclear talks: Deal can be reached, says Rouhani

US has to accept Iran nuclear rights: Marandi

Iran negotiator’s style and intent create a mystery

Kerry to Iran: It’s Time for Tough Decisions on Nuclear Program

Statement by the President on US Citizens Detained or Missing in Iran

Iran Had Military Presence in Uranium-Rich Area of Venezuela, Former General Says 

Turkish PM urges PKK to end four-decade armed conflict

One by one, PKK’s demands being met by gov’t

Jailed Kurdish leader Ocalan urges fighters to abandon arms



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4--Scripture of the Day Yahweh

Exodus 3: 7-9

7 Yahweh said, “I have surely seen the affliction of My people who are in Egypt, and have given heed to their cry because of their taskmasters, for I am aware of their sufferings. 8 So I have come down to deliver them from the power of the Egyptians, and to bring them up from that land to a good and spacious land, to a land flowing with milk and honey, to the place of the Canaanite and the Hittite and the Amorite and the Perizzite and the Hivite and the Jebusite. 9 Now, behold, the cry of the sons of Israel has come to Me; furthermore, I have seen the oppression with which the Egyptians are oppressing them.”

SnyderTalk Comment: Yahweh is the Savior/Deliverer.  Read His Name is Yahweh.


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His Name is Yahweh explains why the Name of God, Yahweh, is so important.  It’s available in eBook format and in paperback.  It’s also available for free in PDF format.

  • God also said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites, ‘Yahweh, the God of your fathers—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob—has sent me to you.’ This [Yahweh] is my name forever, the name by which I am to be remembered from generation to generation.” (Exodus 3: 15)
  • “Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)
  • “Behold, the days are coming,” declares Yahweh, “when I will raise up for David a righteous Branch; and He will reign as king and act wisely and do justice and righteousness in the land. In His days Judah will be saved, and Israel will dwell securely; and this is His name by which He will be called, ‘Yahweh our righteousness.’” (Jeremiah 23: 5-6)
  • Yeshua said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, before Abraham was born, I am.” (John 8: 58)


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Blessings in the Book of Revelation is a book that you need to read, especially now.  There are blessings throughout the Scriptures but Revelation is the only book in the Bible actually containing a specific blessing for reading it. It’s repeated twice, once at the beginning and again at the end. This is the reason that I believe Revelation should be the first step toward studying biblical prophecy. Though not easy to do, Revelation can be broken down and understood by anyone, not just the academic elite. So, Revelation’s blessings are for everyone.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.


Other Books by Neil Snyder

  • Stand! is a suspense novel that exposes the lies, corruption, and greed underlying the theory that man-made CO2 emissions are responsible for global warming. Professor Wes Carlyle and Karen Sterling, his research collaborator, carefully scan the audience for their would-be attacker—a member of the enviro-gestapo who has been following them for days.  Wes spots his man in the back of the room leaning against the wall.  Suddenly, another man in the audience steps forward and moves toward Karen at a menacing pace.  With a vicious stroke, he swings a billy club at her head.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
  • What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? deals with a question that every Christian has to consider: what should I do with my life? Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.
  • Falsely Accused is a true story about a young woman who was accused of committing a double homicide. It’s about a travesty of justice, and it reveals Yahweh intervening in the life of a believer to rescue her from danger in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.  Everyone will enjoy the book, but young people in particular need to read it because the mistakes made that led to the problem could have been avoided.  They were the kinds of mistakes that young people are prone to make.  As they say, forewarned is forearmed.  Click here to order the eBook.  Click here to order the paperback.

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