Monday, July 26, 2010

The ‘Audacity of Hope’ Intends To Break Israeli Blockade Of Gaza To Set Sail This Fall

Another ship of fools, this time a United States ship, named after Obama’s book, The Audacity of Hope,, intends to break the Israeli blockade of Hamas controlled Gaza, and is scheduled to set sail this fall.

If Obama does not publically speak out against this venture, that makes him guilty of endorsing a known terrorist organization against America's  best  Middle East friend, Israel.
A double minded man is unstable in all his ways. James 1:8
Not only is the name of the vessel linked to the man Obama who occupies the White House through a book supposedly written by Obama with the same name, “Audacity of Hope,” but one of the main supporters of the ship’s venture, outspoken critic of Israel, Rashid Khalidi, director of the Middle East Institute at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs is a good friend from Obama’s time in Chicago, is among the supporters of an appeal for funds to purchase the ship launched by the group last week. The Jerusalem Post reports that:
The Lebanese-Saudi Arabian- Palestinian-American Khalidi, an outspoken critic of Israel, garnered attention in 2008 when his friendship with Obama became a point of controversy during the US presidential campaign when Senator John McCain portrayed Khalid a Hamas supporter.
Khalidi’s involvement in this new project is already a popular topic among rightwing bloggers and media personalities in America
“Hamas is the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestinian arm.
Rashid Khalidi has now signed an appeal for funds to outfit another ship like the peace flotilla that would try to break Israeli’s blockage of Gaza, the territory controlled by Hamas,” American pundit Glenn Beck said on his syndicated radio show last week.
“Rashid Khalidi, a good friend of the president. The name of the ship: The Audacity of Hope.”
Others supporters of US Boat to Gaza include author Alice Walker, activist Angela Davis, and Cindy and Craig Corrie, the parents of International Solidarity Movement activist Rachel Corrie, who was killed by an IDF bulldozer in Rafah in 2003.
While Khalidi will help raise money for the initiative, he said he does not plan to sail on the ship. More.
Meanwhile, a Lebanese Gaza bound ship in the name of “humanitarian aid“, carrying Lebanese women and catholic nuns has been forbidden to launch its Gaza-bound flotilla out of Lebanon.

Related Story: Check Out Gaza's New Luxury Mall-Hamas Staged Humanitarian Crisis

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