March 24, 2015 SnyderTalk: The Whole World Needs to Beware of Barack Obama

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


The Whole World Needs to Beware of Barack Obama

Michael Goodwin wrote an interesting article titled “Israel: Beware of Obama”:

First he comes for the banks and health care, uses the IRS to go after critics, politicizes the Justice Department, spies on journalists, tries to curb religious freedom, slashes the military, throws open the borders, doubles the debt and nationalizes the Internet.

He lies to the public, ignores the Constitution, inflames race relations and urges Latinos to punish Republican “enemies.” He abandons our ­allies, appeases tyrants, coddles ­adversaries and uses the Crusades as an excuse for inaction as Islamist terrorists slaughter their way across the Mideast.

Now he’s coming for Israel.

Barack Obama’s promise to transform America was too modest. He is transforming the whole world before our eyes. Do you see it yet?

Goodwin’s title mentions Israel, but he is really talking about the whole world.  He’s right.  The whole world needs to beware of Barack Obama.

Finally, the Israeli people are awake.  Their re-election of Benyamin Netanyahu proves it.  Hopefully, Americans will follow suit.  If they don’t, the next 22 months will be very difficult.

There is no question that Obama is transforming the world and that the world is worse off as a result.  In fact, the world is a more dangerous place now than it has been since the rise of the Nazi regime in Germany.

According to Calev Ben-David, Obama is considering ways to bypass Netanyahu if he won’t go along with our president’s version of “peace” with the Palestinians.  Obama thinks that he knows what Israel should do and that Netanyahu is an unprincipled tyrant:

The United States is weighing a new approach to Middle East peace that may be less supportive of Israel, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu raised doubts that he would ever accept a Palestinian state.

US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro said on Israeli radio on Sunday that if it’s impossible to reach a peace deal with the Palestinians as long as Mr Netanyahu is prime minister, the question arises: “what other steps can be taken to continue in the right direction of attaining two states for two peoples”.

Obama says that he’s a Christian.  I have serious doubts about that because he’ll say just about anything to get his way.  If he is a Christian, he should read Ezekiel 35:10 to Ezekiel 36:12:

Ezekiel 35

10 “Because you have said, ‘These two nations [Israel and Judah] and these two lands will be mine, and we will possess them,’ although Yahweh was there, 11 therefore as I live,” declares Adonai Yahweh, “I will deal with you according to your anger and according to your envy which you showed because of your hatred against them [Israel and Judah]; so I will make Myself known among them [Israel and Judah] when I judge you. 12 Then you will know that I, Yahweh, have heard all your revilings which you have spoken against the mountains of Israel saying, ‘They are laid desolate; they are given to us for food.’ 13 And you have spoken arrogantly against Me and have multiplied your words against Me; I have heard it.” 14 Thus says Adonai Yahweh, “As all the earth rejoices, I will make you a desolation. 15 As you rejoiced over the inheritance of the house of Israel because it was desolate, so I will do to you. You will be a desolation, O Mount Seir, and all Edom, all of it. Then they will know that I am Yahweh.”

Ezekiel 36

1 “And you, son of man, prophesy to the mountains of Israel and say, ‘O mountains of Israel, hear the word of Yahweh. 2 Thus says Adonai Yahweh, “Because the enemy has spoken against you, ‘Aha!’ and, ‘The everlasting heights have become our possession,’ 3 therefore prophesy and say, thus says Adonai Yahweh, ‘For good reason they have made you desolate and crushed you from every side, that you would become a possession of the rest of the nations and you have been taken up in the talk and the whispering of the people.’” 4 ‘Therefore, O mountains of Israel, hear the word of Adonai Yahweh. Thus says Adonai Yahweh to the mountains and to the hills, to the ravines and to the valleys, to the desolate wastes and to the forsaken cities which have become a prey and a derision to the rest of the nations which are round about, 5 therefore thus says Adonai Yahweh, ‘Surely in the fire of My jealousy I have spoken against the rest of the nations, and against all Edom, who appropriated My land for themselves as a possession with wholehearted joy and with scorn of soul, to drive it out for a prey.’ 6 Therefore prophesy concerning the land of Israel and say to the mountains and to the hills, to the ravines and to the valleys, ‘Thus says Adonai Yahweh, “Behold, I have spoken in My jealousy and in My wrath because you have endured the insults of the nations.” 7 Therefore thus says Adonai Yahweh, ‘I have sworn that surely the nations which are around you will themselves endure their insults. 8 But you, O mountains of Israel, you will put forth your branches and bear your fruit for My people Israel; for they will soon come. 9 For, behold, I am for you, and I will turn to you, and you will be cultivated and sown. 10 I will multiply men on you, all the house of Israel, all of it; and the cities will be inhabited and the waste places will be rebuilt. 11 I will multiply on you man and beast; and they will increase and be fruitful; and I will cause you to be inhabited as you were formerly and will treat you better than at the first. Thus you will know that I am Yahweh. 12 Yes, I will cause men—My people Israel—to walk on you and possess you, so that you will become their inheritance and never again bereave them of children.’”

Yahweh’s message was crystal clear: don’t tamper with Yahweh, His chosen people, or the Promised Land.  If you do, there will be consequences.

Barack Obama is so foolish that he doesn’t care.  He is leading the United States toward a direct confrontation with Yahweh.

Does it sound like I’m suggesting that Yahweh is setting up the U.S. for destruction the same way that He destroyed Pharaoh in Egypt at the time of the Exodus and the Edomites as He explained in Ezekiel chapters 35 and 36?

If it does, I’ve made my point.

Thanks to Obama, our nation is in serious trouble.  Unlike his so-called “Christian faith”, about that I have no doubt.  He’s not the only one at fault, but he is the president and he bears the responsibility.

We need to repent and pray that Yahweh will spare us.  We need to stand firm with Israel and against our own president.  If Obama won’t listen, maybe Yahweh will spare us and deal with him personally.

Netanyahu isn’t the problem.  Obama is.  See “Vindictive Obama punishing Israel for reelecting Netanyahu”.  Obama’s arrogance knows no bounds.

Senator Lindsay Graham says that Obama’s “open Hostility” to Netanyahu is causing Democrats to lose trust in him.  I hope that’s true, but I’ll believe it when I see it.

This is not a political issue.  It’s a moral issue, and Obama is an immoral man.






13--Perspectives 2


Charles Krauthammer: No Peace in Our Time— Of all the idiocies uttered in reaction to Benjamin Netanyahu’s stunning election victory, none is more ubiquitous than the idea that peace prospects are now dead because Netanyahu has declared that there will be no Palestinian state while he is Israel’s prime minister. I have news for the lowing herds: There would be no peace and no Palestinian state if Isaac Herzog were prime minister either. Or Ehud Barak or Ehud Olmert for that matter. The latter two were (non-Likud) prime ministers who offered the Palestinians their own state — with its capital in Jerusalem and every Israeli settlement in the new Palestine uprooted — only to be rudely rejected. This is not ancient history. This is 2000, 2001 and 2008 — three astonishingly concessionary peace offers within the past 15 years. Every one rejected. The fundamental reality remains: This generation of Palestinian leadership — from Yasser Arafat to Mahmoud Abbas — has never and will never sign its name to a final peace settlement dividing the land with a Jewish state. And without that, no Israeli government of any kind will agree to a Palestinian state.

Khaled Abu Toameh: Abbas Paving the Way to Turn West Bank into an Islamist State— Abbas has chosen to align himself with Hamas and Islamic Jihad, thus facilitating these two organizations’ dreams of taking over the West Bank. These two radical groups seek to destroy Israel and are opposed to any peace process in the Middle East. These threats are primarily aimed at getting the international community into providing the Palestinian Authority with more financial and political support. This alliance could also result in renewed terrorist attacks against Israel, because Hamas and Islamic Jihad will interpret Abbas’s anti-Israel moves and rhetoric as a green light for such actions. Abbas’s rapprochement with Hamas and Islamic Jihad will only confirm the fears of many Israelis that the West Bank will fall onto the hands of Islamists once Israel withdraws from that area. The two-state solution started the day Hamas kicked Abbas out of the Gaza Strip and turned it into an Islamist emirate. In the end, the Palestinians got two states that are even at war with each other.

Orit Perlov: Israel, Hamas and Hizbollah on a Collision Course: Undesirable yet Inevitable— At the start of 2015, Israel’s two major fronts – home to the two hostile players with which Israel has had military encounters in recent months – were calm. The hostilities reflected in the war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip in the summer of 2014 and the mutual attacks between Israel and Hizbollah in January 2015 seem to be at a standstill and have not been renewed. Based on an analysis of the map of interests, neither Israel, nor Hamas or Hizbollah has any desire to begin a new round of fighting at the moment. But an attempt to map the forces operating and affecting the players’ strategic considerations – especially the public discourse in the Gaza Strip, Egypt and Syria, as reflected in the social media – indicates that if current trends continue on both fronts, a confrontation in the foreseeable future is inevitable, despite the sides’ collective lack of desire to engage in fighting.

Jennifer Rubin: The Accusation of Racism Against Netanyahu—On election night Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu told his followers (and this was borne out entirely by the unprecedented success of the Arab Joint List, which gained 13 seats) that activists were working to hike Arab turnout. (“Arab voters are coming in droves to the ballot boxes….NGOs bring them in buses.”) His accusation that certain groups sought his downfall by hiking the Joint List is beyond dispute. The president’s former political operative, Jeremy Bird, who is part of the nonprofit One Voice, had gone to Israel for precisely this purpose, to hike Arab turnout and therefore help unseat the Israeli prime minister. “We are doing an amazing job at getting out the vote with over 15,000 volunteers and more than 40 tents set up throughout Israel,” a spokesman for the V15 political action group, allied with One Voice, bragged. Netanyahu was not marginalizing the Arab vote; to the contrary, he was recognizing that the greater the Joint List turnout, the greater chance he would fall from power.

Elliott Abrams: Obama Buries the Hatchet – in Netanyahu’s Head—On Wednesday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest went out of his way to attack Israeli prime minister Netanyahu, stating: “There has been a lot of coverage in the media about some of the rhetoric that emerged yesterday that was propagated by the Likud Party to encourage turnout of their supporters that sought to, frankly, marginalize Arab-Israeli citizens.” No reporter asked Earnest about this subject. He simply went out of his way to criticize a statement Netanyahu had made about getting out Likud voters, to counteract what he said were massive efforts to get out the Arab vote. The issue isn’t whether that Netanyahu statement was awful or admirable, but the conduct of the White House. The leader of a close ally wins a democratic election. President Obama takes the occasion to hit him again.

AP-Washington Post: Why Did Israelis Back Netanyahu?—When Israelis look at the West Bank, they see a pre-1967 border that is basically just a cease-fire line from the 1948-49 war that established the country. Without the West Bank, Israel is only about 10 miles (15 km.) wide at its narrowest point. The strategic highland looms over Israeli cities, visible on a clear day from the outskirts of Tel Aviv and surrounding Jerusalem on three sides. They fear that if their army clears out, it will be replaced not by peaceful Palestinian moderates but by more menacing forces like Hamas. On several occasions Israeli governments have offered the Palestinians statehood on close to all of the West Bank and Gaza. The idea of a border running through Jerusalem – with Palestinian police controlling entrances to the Old City a stone’s throw from downtown hotels – is unfathomable to many Israelis. Few think a peace deal is likely.

Erin Burnett: Misreading Netanyahu and the Peace Process—Dore Gold, a former senior foreign policy advisor to Prime Minister Netanyahu, was interviewed on CNN on Thursday: Q: Did Prime Minister Netanyahu make that comment on Monday saying there would be no two-state solution under his watch just to win the election or was he actually saying what he really believes? Gold: “I saw NBC News was playing this up that somehow his position changed in the past 24 hours. What the prime minister is saying is that he still maintains his policy of two states for two people as he has said before, but he is saying there won’t be a Palestinian state today, and that is used in the actual Hebrew language of his statement. And the reason he is saying that is because the Middle East is far more dangerous. We have the moves of ISIS all across Syria and Iraq. We have the movements now of Iranian surrogates like Revolutionary Guard forces even getting close to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. So Israel will need very strong, robust security defenses in any arrangement. I think that was primarily on his mind when he made his statement.”

Howard LaFranchi: Why a Netanyahu Victory Isn’t Likely to Make U.S.-Israel Relations Worse—”It didn’t take Netanyahu’s reelection to convince anyone that while the Israeli-Palestinian process maybe wasn’t dead, it was frozen pretty hard,” says Aaron David Miller, a Middle East expert who has held government posts in both Republican and Democratic administrations. A number of factors will “tend to constrain what the administration is prepared to do to press the Israelis,” Miller says. These include unabated pro-Israeli congressional pressure, a U.S. presidential campaign where all the candidates will be trumpeting their support for Israel, and shared U.S.-Israel national security interests. Miller points out that the Obama administration has “never gone beyond words to demonstrate its dissatisfaction with Israel,” and he doesn’t anticipate that happening now – simply because he doesn’t see how the U.S. benefits by getting tough with Israel. “I just don’t see what ratcheting up gets the administration,” he says.

Alan Joseph Bauer: Israel’s Peace Partners?—An American jury last month returned a guilty verdict against the Palestinian Authority and the PLO. The group universally accepted as the one that must negotiate some type of final-status peace deal with Israel has been found guilty of offering material support in half a dozen terrorist attacks that resulted in nearly 500 dead and wounded people in Jerusalem between 2002-2004. One of the most powerful arguments presented at the trial revolved around the continuing payments to Palestinian terrorists in Israeli jails. These payments occur every month and they are occurring now. If the PA had turned over a new leaf, one would expect that it would stop giving money to convicted terrorists and the families of suicide bombers.

MEMRI: Palestinian Intellectual Praises Israeli Democracy—’Imad Al-Falouji, head of the Gaza-based Institute for Intercultural Dialogue, served as information minister and as an advisor under Yasser Arafat. On March 18, 2015, he wrote: “Anyone examining the Israeli entity is amazed by the extent of internal disagreement on every issue….They have a [political] right, center and left…and every perception has proponents and opponents….But, despite all this, they have passed laws that govern these disagreements and set out a common goal: that of serving the State of Israel and the people of Israel. They manage to use the internal disagreements as a source of strength.” “But we, ‘the possessors of truth’…strike out in every direction without an agreed-upon plan or purpose….Each group claims to possess the absolute truth and [presents] the others’ as absolute lies. We do not possess the ability to listen to the other. Anarchy rules the day: political, economic, social and even conceptual anarchy.” “Let’s look at the campaign platforms of the Israeli parties, and what they focused on. All of them agreed on the need to serve the people on the socio-economic level, promote employment, cultivate the family and solve its problems, eradicate unemployment, promote education and achieve security for all citizens….But in our [political arena], everyone talks about politics and general foreign-affairs, and only rarely does a party concern itself with improving the lives of the people.”

Claudia Rosett: What’s the Diplomatic Breakout Time for Stopping an Iranian Bomb?—At the Iran nuclear talks, U.S. negotiators have been aiming for a deal that would involve a so-called breakout time of one year – meaning that the Tehran regime, should it cheat, would still need at least a year to be able to produce nuclear weapons. The idea is that this would be long enough for inspectors to detect the cheating, and the international community to do something about it. But how long is the Diplomatic Breakout Time – the time needed for the rest of the world, or the P5+1 world powers cutting this deal, to take decisive action. After failed talks and back channel talks and talks about talks, there eventually came the Joint Plan of Action in November 2013, setting the framework for the current talks that were supposed to be wrapped up in six months. There have been countless hours of bilateral, trilateral and full court meetings. There have been working dinners and discussions in Geneva, Vienna, New York, and now the Swiss city of Lausanne. So with a built-in buffer one-year breakout time for Iran, how does the diplomatic decision process work for the U.S. and its partners? Presumably they would all first have to be persuaded that Iran was really cheating, and how much. They would then have to debate and decide exactly what action to take. And Iran might use its talents to devise a form of cheating that such a deal has not fully anticipated and planned for. North Korea has been under UN sanctions for its nuclear and missile programs since 2006, when it conducted its first illicit nuclear test. North Korea is still building missiles and nuclear weapons, and the diplomats of the P5 are still brooding over what to do about it. There’s already been a diplomatic breakout time of almost nine years.

Clifford D. May: Ignoring Previous UN Security Council Resolutions on Iran—Imagine a deal that would require Iran to verifiably “suspend all enrichment-related activities” and “not undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons”; a deal that would provide such “access and cooperation” as the International Atomic Energy Agency requests to resolve its continuing concerns about Iran’s research on nuclear-weapons design; a deal that would ban the supply of nuclear-related materials and technology to Iran and freeze the assets of individuals and companies involved in Iran’s nuclear and missile programs; a deal that would maintain sanctions until Iran complies with those requirements. Actually, such a deal is the essence of the UN Security Council resolutions already passed on Iran.

Douglas Dalby: Breaking Silence, Survivor Sets Out to Meet Holocaust Past—At a school in Multyfarnham, Ireland, Tomi Reichental, 79, told the students of his boyhood in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. He described seeing his grandmother’s body being thrown onto a cart overloaded with other corpses. He was only 9 years old. For nearly 60 years, he never spoke about his experiences. Now, “I owe it to the victims that their memory is not forgotten,” he said. “It’s not that I didn’t want to speak about it before. It’s just that I couldn’t. There are thousands like me; I believe it is nature’s way of allowing people to deal with things.” Now he travels twice a week to tell his story so younger generations will know what happened to him and to millions of others. He is fully booked for the rest of 2015. He was rounded up by the Gestapo in Bratislava, now the capital of Slovakia, in October 1944. Forced into a cattle car on a freezing November day, he believes the train was diverted to Bergen-Belsen only because the Nazis had been forced to destroy the crematories in Auschwitz and Birkenau that very week ahead of a Soviet advance. “A few days earlier I wouldn’t be here now.”

Josh Glancy: Manchester’s New Jewish Ghetto— At the corner of Waterpark Road and Broom Lane in Manchester, at the epicenter of the city’s Orthodox Jewish community, a patch of sidewalk has been covered by a tarpaulin. Beneath the tarpaulin is a swastika. Further down the same block is the Broughton Jewish Primary School, where each afternoon mothers arrive in their battered Volvos to pick up smiling children. Rabbis and studious young bochurs pass through in a constant stream, going to and from prayers, study and home. Everyone in this modern-day shtetl knows what the tarp is hiding. “It’s a reminder that they are there and that they know how to hurt us,” one mother said, before picking her children up from school. While serious violence against Jews is extremely rare in Manchester, last year saw a 79 percent rise in anti-Semitic incidents in the city. Swastikas appeared on pavement, walls and gravestones, abuse was hurled from cars, and cans and rocks were thrown at Jewish children. In January, the former Chief Rabbi of Britain Lord Jonathan Sacks revealed on the radio that a serious terror plot against Jewish synagogues and schools in Manchester had been foiled by the police.

Alan M. Dershowitz: Guess Who’s Not Speaking at the J Street Conference?— J Street — the lobby group that claims to be “pro-Israel” and “pro-peace” — is anything but “open” to centrist views that are critical of its policies. It has invited several prominent anti-Israel speakers to address its national conference, including Saeb Erekat, one of the Palestinian Authority’s chief negotiators, who has repeatedly accused Israel of war crimes, and committing massacres in the West Bank. It has also invited speakers who are generally pro-Israel but who strongly oppose the current Israeli government. The one group of pro-Israel advocates who never get invited to J Street conferences are those of us who are somewhat critical of J Street, particularly with regard to its policies toward Iran and other issues involving Israel’s security. I know this because I have repeatedly sought an opportunity to address the J Street conference. I have personally implored Jeremy Ben-Ami, the head of J Street, either to allow me to address the conference, or to sit down with me for a public conversation in front of the group’s members. He has adamantly refused. We have publicly debated and discussed our differences in front of non-J Street audiences, but he has never allowed me to engage him in the marketplace of ideas in front of his own followers.

Bjorn Jansen: Norway: The Land of Pre-Chosen “Truth”— When Muslims themselves now understand there is an issue, politicians and key decision makers throughout the West might do well to understand this, too — and seriously support them. Another level that will have to be addressed is how Islam is presented in Europe’s education system. The Norwegian translation of the Koran has been abridged to take out the less charming parts. Islam is presented as if it were already reformed. It is as if Einar Berg, the translator of the Koran, were shocked by what he translated, and trying to package it in a more charming light. The crucial question is: Will Islam now be reformed to meet the version found in the textbooks? Or will the textbooks be altered to describe accurately Islam’s stated ideology? This self-censorship — whether voluntary or the result of some implicit threat — is the death of enlightenment, humanism and the foundation of all science: the spirit of free inquiry. Possibly more important is the pervasive, divisive focus on non-believers — the insistence on disparaging them and killing them — and how this might well condition the minds of many Muslims, especially children. Islam gives every child this conditioning. Imagine if those tenets were the desired result of every Confirmation, or every Bar Mitzvah or every First Holy Communion. Norway also has plans to deport at least 7,800 illegal asylum-seekers this year.

Dr. Sima Goel: My Fight for Freedom in Iran— As an Iranian Jew, my desire to be free impelled me to leave my family and heritage, and travel a dangerous road to a country where I could study, speak out, and be a Jew. As a child of Iran in the late 1970s, I was taught to keep my head down and my mouth shut. I was free to be Jewish as long as I was discreet and silent. My father encouraged me to follow these dictates, which had supported the existence of Iran’s Jewish community for thousands of years. Every member of an Iranian minority knew that the freedom to live – and even flourish – was predicated on remaining small and silent. I knew that I was not free to be myself – to voice my opinions, to read what I pleased, to listen to music that called to me, to walk in the streets with my head thrown back and be a girl, a student, a Jew.






9--Jerusalem Post


London synagogue attacked, six arrested

Analysis: Waiting for a Democratic pushback

Michael Oren: Obama’s statement on the deterioration of democracy in Israel carries heavy price

‘IDF adjusting training of elite units to prepare for warfare in tunnels’

Report: Gilad Shalit Was Accompanied by Suicide Bombers at Time of His Release

Egypt’s Sisi honors woman who dressed as man for 40 years to provide for family

Watch: Suspected Nazi hideout discovered deep in Argentine jungle

Jewish cemetery vandalized in Hungary

Analysis: The ball is now in the Iranian court

Analysis: Report sheds light on complexity of IDF’s effort to avoid civilian casualties in Gaza war

UNHRC investigator: Israel likely ‘deliberately’ targeted civilian homes in Gaza war

Two vendors at Jaffa flea market convicted of raping American tourist



10--Arutz Sheva


Bibi’s Strategist: Obama Meddled More Than You Know

PA Preacher: When Fish Fight – Jews Are to Blame

SnyderTalk Comment: That’s funny, but it’s true. Palestinians blame Jews for everything. They should be blaming themselves.

Australian ISIS Suicide Bomber ‘Went Muslim Out of the Blue’

‘Jewish Religious Economy is Capitalist, Socalist’

‘Enough Blackmail’, MK Regev Tells Other Parties

Kahlon: Don’t Listen to the Reporters

Singer Nini Claims Attacked for Her Politics

US-Style Early Warning System to Be Tested Monday

What Tension? Israel Sells Marines Laser System

Hamas Terror Cell Busted in Shechem

IDF Conducts Emergency Exercises Near Gaza








Obama: Netanyahu’s anti-Arab remarks risk eroding Israeli democracy

SnyderTalk Comment: I wonder what Obama thinks his outlandish comments do to erode American democracy?  If he says it, no matter how off-the-wall it is, he thinks it’s fine.  He is perfect, you know.  I’m kidding.  He just thinks he’s perfect.

TV report: Obama left PM ‘with impression US will abandon Israel at UN’

Arab League to discuss Israeli elections at Cairo meeting

‘PM wants to keep Ya’alon, Liberman and Bennett in their current jobs’

EU said to mull sanctions over E. Jerusalem building

Israeli officials say US anger aims to distract from Iran deal

PM’s comments ‘confusing,’ but no changes yet, says US envoy

Rivlin denounces ‘hurtful’ race remarks in elections

Ashamed of Netanyahu, infuriated with Obama

Bennett calls attack on leftist writer ‘barbaric’

Herzog: Netanyahu ‘resorted to racism’ to win reelection

Likud quashes rumors of unity government talks

J Street: We’re glad Obama is reconsidering approach to conflict

Bibi’s words matter and Iran’s don’t?

Arab party to urge prosecution of PM for anti-Arab remarks

IDF launches surprise drill on Gaza border

Israeli Arabs feel more excluded after election

Reform, Conservatives slam PM election day warning on Arabs voting in ‘droves’



12a--Other News


Context Is Crucial in Netanyahu’s Remarks on a Palestinian State

The Role of the Palestinian Authority in Israel’s Election Results 

Netanyahu allies blame White House criticism on misunderstanding

SnyderTalk Comment: There is no misunderstanding.  Obama is a sinister liar with malicious intent.  That’s the problem.  It’s the same problem that we are paying for right now in the U.S.

‘Get Over Your Temper Tantrum, Mr. President’: John McCain Goes Off on Obama’s Israel Relationship

Israeli Ambassador: Israel Committed to Peaceful Two-State Solution

ISIS Battle: Islamic State No Longer ‘On The March’ In Iraq and Syria, CIA Director Says

Tunisian president says hunt on for third man in museum attack

Rebel Fighters Advance Into Yemen’s Third-Largest City

Obama says Netanyahu’s comment complicates goal of Israel-Palestinian peace

SnyderTalk Comment: Thankfully, something may have complicated it.  It’s really not a “peace process”.  It’s an incremental, unilateral withdrawal.

Nine British medics feared to have crossed into Syria

Israeli Elections Overseen by Israeli Arab

Plunging Oil Prices: The Challenge for the Gulf Oil Economies

UK: Some Faiths are More Equal than Others

British Girls Raped by Muslim Gangs on “Industrial Scale”

SnyderTalk Comment: You won’t hear Obama say that.  It’s against his religion.

Tsipras warned Merkel of ‘impossible’ debt obligation

Greece’s claim for war reparations from Germany explained








Iran urges world powers to find ‘common position’ as nuclear negotiations approach deadline

CIA Director John Brennan says US will ‘keep pressure’ on Iran

CIA Director: Iran general “destabilizing” efforts in Iraq

Iran Talks Stall over Ending of Sanctions

Senate Grants Obama Reprieve on Iran Bill Vote until after Deadline

Iran Nuclear Talks Lag, with Status of New Centrifuges Another Hurdle

France: Nuclear deal must guarantee Iran can’t get bomb

Kerry: US in ‘no rush’ for nuclear deal with Iran

SnyderTalk Comment: The panting and salivating must be for show.

Obama calls for return of Americans held in Iran

Iran delegation heads home after Rouhani’s mother dies

Iran Deploys Advanced Missiles in Iraq 

What France Really Thinks of U.S. Iran Policy



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4--Scripture of the Day Yahweh

Exodus 3: 10-12

10 “Therefore, come now, and I will send you to Pharaoh, so that you may bring My people, the sons of Israel, out of Egypt.” 11 But Moses said to God, “Who am I, that I should go to Pharaoh, and that I should bring the sons of Israel out of Egypt?” 12 And He said, “Certainly I will be with you, and this shall be the sign to you that it is I who have sent you: when you have brought the people out of Egypt, you shall worship God at this mountain.”

SnyderTalk Comment: 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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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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