An expert on Islamic terrorism is blasting the Obama administration for its recent mistreatment of Israel at the United Nations.
In one of its first acts of the new session, the GOP-controlled Congress is expected to vote on a resolution opposing Security Council Resolution 2334. That measure passed the Council just before Christmas when the United States chose to abstain from voting rather than veto the anti-Israel measure which calls for a cessation of Israeli settlements within Judea and Samaria as well as East Jerusalem. The Senate is also expected to vote on a resolution reiterating America's support for Israel.
Brigitte Gabriel, founder and president of ACT for America, called John Kerry America's "most embarrassing and dangerously foolish" secretary of state following what she describes as his "remarkably disgraceful" news conference defending the administration's decision to abstain in the U.N. vote.
"Kerry stated that no administration has done more for Israel's security than Barack Obama," she notes. "This is coming from the inept secretary of state who took James Taylor to France after the Paris massacre to combat ISIS by singing 'You've Got a Friend.'"
Gabriel, not one to mince words, stated in the video below that she's ready for a change in administration. "I for one cannot wait for this anti-Semitic administration to walk its sorry, radical-Islamic-pandering body out the door – and please, let it hit you in the backside on your way out," she states.
She also labeled as "blatantly anti-Semitic" Kerry's remark that Israel can be Jewish or democratic – but not both.
Gabriel says her organization will always stand shoulder to shoulder with those willing to combat radical Islamic terrorism – adding that no U.S. ally has done that more persistently than Israel.
And she vows, along with the incoming Trump administration, to fight to reverse such anti-Israel actions of the Obama administration by any means necessary.
Gabriel is author of They Must Be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It.