Taking the Netanyahu-Obama comparison one step further…

On one hand, we have an honorable man — a hero, if you will — who commanded the elite Israeli army commando unit which performed the counter-terrorist/hostage rescue mission known as Operation Entebbe. 102 hostages were rescued. Sadly, that man would lose his life in the course of saving others. His name? Yonatan Netanyahu (1946-1976), the Israeli Prime Minister’s older brother.

On the other hand, we have Barack Hussein Obama with his close ties to radical Palestinian Rashid Khalidi:

[Quoting] “In the 1990s, Obama and his wife were regular dinner guests at Khalidi’s Chicago home. In 2001 and again in 2002, the Woods Fund of Chicago, while Mr. Obama served on its board, made grants totaling $75,000 to Khalidi’s Arab American Action Network.” [End quote]


Terrorist William Ayers (whose living room Obama used for his political “coming out” party) was also a Woods Fund board member.

The contrast is stark: Barack Obama has a history of plotting and scheming with terrorists.

Benjamin Netanyahu, whose family knows personal loss, and who is a warrior himself, fights them.

Links for those wishing to learn more about Yonatan Netanyahu: http://www.yoni.org.il/http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Terrorism/entebbe.html

PS- Concerning Rashid Khalidi, Obama’s path to the presidency would have been far more difficult had the infamous 2003 “Khalidi tape” become public. That’s why Breitbart News put up BIG BUCKS for it:

[Excerpt] Breitbart News is doubling its reward–to $100,000–for one of the missing pieces of Barack Obama’s past, which may be the key to understanding his collapsing Middle East policy: the “Khalidi tape,” a video kept under wraps by the Los Angeles Times since April 2008. The Khalidi tape shows Obama at a 2003 farewell party for radical Palestinian academic and activist Rashid Khalidi, and reportedly features vitriolic anti-Israel rhetoric.

Reporter Peter Wallsten–now with the Wall Street Journal–revealed the existence of the tape in an article on Obama’s pro-Palestinian background. Obama’s participation in the Khalidi event, Wallsten wrote, had led Palestinian-Americans to believe “that Obama is more receptive to their viewpoint than he is willing to say.”


Roger L. Simon asks, ‘Why Is the L.A. Times Burying the Obama/Khalidi Tape?’

Note: Both “Khalidi Tape” links above are after Barack Obama became president, meaning, aside from Breitbart News, PJ Media and some other news outlets, Obama’s lap-dog media was STILL covering for him. The U.S. (and its allies) suffer the consequences of that now.

More on the #Obama-media relationship here:

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