Hello, John and Doves,It is important to remember that the enemy does one of two things when he or one of his minions speaks. Either the statement is outright disinformation, or it is a message in code from minion to minion. As such, the intended meaning of any statement can be miles away from its appearance in print, or its sound to the uneducated ear." '"For false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect.' " Matthew 24:24btw, a "great wonder" is BHO's ability to mesmerize the unsaved through his oily oratory.In HaShem,Mike C._________________________________________________________________________________
Dave Molina (18 Apr 2011)
"Barack Obama continues "to pray" for peace between Israel and its neighbors"
Ahh, but the questions begs to be asked. To which "god" or "God" is he praying too. Is it that Hindu Monkey god that he keeps in his pocket, is it to Allah, is it to the one true God or is it to himself???? I vote for the last one, himself!!!
Obama: Praying for peace in Mideast
In greeting ahead of Passover holiday, American president says 'we continue to pray for peace between Israel and her neighbors, while reaffirming our enduring commitment to Israel's security'
Holiday greeting – US President Barack Obama continues "to pray" for peace between Israel and its neighbors amid Middle East unrest, he said Friday in a message honoring the Jewish holy day of Passover.
"Against the backdrop of change, we continue to pray for peace between Israel and her neighbors, while reaffirming our enduring commitment to Israel's security," Obama said in a statement.
Passover, to be celebrated next Monday, "instructs each generation to remember its past, while appreciating the beauty of freedom and the responsibility it entails," the president wrote.
"This year, that ancient instruction is reflected in the daily headlines as we see modern stories of social transformation and liberation unfolding in the Middle East and North Africa," he said of revolts that have toppled regimes in Tunisia and Egypt, and similar anti-government rage in Libya, Yemen and Syria.
On Wednesday, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the United States would put a "better focus" on reviving Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, after Arab uprisings crowded the agenda recently.