According to the Jerusalem Post, the Obama Administration has demanded that Israel release cold blooded Palestinian terrorists as a goodwill gesture. Israeli Deputy Minister Ofir Akunis promised that there is no government decision to release the terrorists and that the government is against any such release.
President Obama is in no position to demand anyone to release child killing terrorists. Israel is at the forefront in the war with radical Islam and they are always pressed to show restraint or do things that harm the security of the state of Israel. Obama is in complete denial about the dangers of radical Islam and this terrorist release demand epitomizes that denial.
Mr. Obama can't even muster the words 'Muslim' and 'terrorism' in the same sentence. Other prime examples of this denial are the Fort Hood terrorist attack, the Benghazi terrorist attack and more recently the Boston terrorist attack. This White House even tried to coverup the Muslim Jihadist connection in the Benghazi terrorist attack by blaming a video on Youtube.
The Obama White House even moved quickly this week to down play Secretary of State John Kerry’s contention that Boston Jihadist Tamerlan Tsarnaev had drawn inspiration for the attacks during a trip he took to Chechnya.
Here is a listing of the terrorists President Obama is demanding that Israel release: Those who burned Amnon Pomerantz alive in his car in 1990, the terrorists who murdered tractor driver Yigal Vahknin in 1993, the terrorist who murdered 39-year-old Gush Katif resident Shaya Deutch in 1993, the terrorists who burned to their deaths Rachel Weiss and her three children; Ephraim, Netanel and Raphael as well as soldier David Delarosa who tried to save them and the terrorist who murdered Professor Menachem Stern in the Valley of the Cross (in Jerusalem) while he was on his way to Hebrew University.
Maybe Israel should demand that Barack Obama release Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a gesture of goodwill. Sad thing is, no one would really be surprised if Obama considered such an action.