Saturday, January 3, 2009

Obama on Israel

Millions of people were moved by Obama's campaign of change. Obama has been critical of George W Bush's way of tackling terrorism and domestic economic issues. The President-Elect has been huddling up with his newly-formed economic council to create an effective stimulus package to steer America back on track. Obama's rhetoric to develop alternative energy and create 2.5 million additional jobs caught the attention of American voters. George Bush's War on Terror was indeed a big blunder. Obama capitalized on that failure and on January 20th, he will be the 44th President of the United States of America.

The biggest question the people of the world are asking is, what is his stance on the long-drawn Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Will he push for the return of Palestenian land pre-1967? Will he continue to supply Israel with weapons and foreign aid? Time will tell.

7th Day of Israeil offensive
The problems of Israel and Palestine
Tun M's open letter to Obama

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