As an add-on to the National Review Online piece by Gary Bauer, he sent out this piece as well about Obama, Jesse Jackson and Israel.
Obama, Jews And Israel
Jesse Jackson, a Barack Obama friend and neighbor, spoke last week at the “First World Policy Forum” in France and delivered a chilling message for those of us who are pro-Israel and believe we must defeat the Islamofascists who threaten the United States.
Jackson promised “fundamental changes” in U.S. foreign policy and said we must “heal wounds” we have cause to other nations and apologize for our “arrogance.” He then added in an interview: “Zionists, who have controlled American policy for decades,” will lose their clout when Obama wins.
For those who don’t have a Jackson translation dictionary, the word “Zionists” is Jackson speak for saying “Jews.” Don’t forget this is the same man who referred to New York City as “Hymietown.” Jackson, like so many on the radical Left, is an anti-Semite, and he knew exactly what message his foreign listeners would hear when he said “Zionists.”
The Jackson speech and interview comes on the heels of a confession by the Obama campaign that its director of Muslim outreach, Minha Husaini, recently attended a meeting with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim American Society. Both organizations have been connected to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
Husaini recently replaced Mazen Asbahi, who resigned his position with the Obama campaign in August due to questionable associations. And, of course, Robert Malley, a former Obama Middle East advisor, was forced to resign in May after it was revealed that he had been meeting with Hamas officials.