Thursday, October 31, 2013

Snubbed by Obama, Wiesenthal Hits Back

Actually, it should be honoured that it didn't make Obama's cut of approved Jews:
A leading Jewish human rights group called out the Obama administration Wednesday for its recent efforts to block new Iran sanctions legislation, and urged the senate to “immediately adopt the Nuclear Iran Prevention Act, which earlier passed the House with broad bi-partisan support.” 
“We respectfully disagree with the White House’s push to give the Iranians more time,” said rabbis Marvin Hier and Abraham Cooper, founder and dean and associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, who also called on the President to sign the bill if it is ratified by the senate. 
The criticism comes only a day after Jewish leaders were urgently summoned to the White House to discuss sanctions on Iran. Although Jewish leaders touted the meeting as a “constructive and open exchange,”  it was described by the Jerusalem Post as “an effort to dissuade them from lobbying the Senate towards passing harsh new sanctions against Iran.” 
The Simon Wiesenthal Center was not invited to participate in the meeting.
I'd wear that with pride, Rabbis.


Carlos Perera said...

I'm sure that "a little more time" is just the inducement the Iranian mullocracy needs to give up their evil ways and beat their enriched uranium pellets into . . . well, whatever harmless but useful object they cane be beaten into. After all, nobody on our side has ever before tried to show good faith by giving them a little more time to see reason.

scaramouche said...

Bottom line: Obama doesn't give a crap if the mullocracy gets nukes.