“The enemy of my enemy is my enemy,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday in a speech to the U.S. Congress.
I talked with Congressman Tom McClintock prior to Netanyahu’s speech.”This administration and many on the Left seem to view the two sides in the Middle East debate as moral equivalents,” McClintock said. “All that stands between a peaceful and free world and a fanatical fascist caliphate stretching from the Bosphorus to North Africa is the state of Israel and the influence of the western democracies – particularly that of the United States.”
We discussed the historical implications as Israel is threatened by Islamo-Fascist Middle Eastern countries. “In 1929, Churchill warned of Britain’s irresolution in the Middle East,” McClintock said.… Read More