Isn't it hurricane season?
How many times must we witness the Obama regime pressuring Israel to give up her God-given land and then watch as natural disasters cause devastation to our land, harming innocent Americans? In all fairness, it happened under the Bush Administation as well, which in some ways was worse because Bush is a Christian and should have known not to interfere with God's plan for Israel. Obama may have claimed to be a "committed Christian", but we know that was a whopper of a lie. So, we cannot expect him to understand God's warnings in the Bible.
Understanding Scripture or being ignorant of it makes no difference in God's eyes. He will apply His justice and judge nations on how they treat Israel. That being said, there is little wonder why America is in the desperate shape we are currently in.
Obama hasn't helped himself in God's eyes with his latest anti-Israeli move. Though it is not a call for Israel to give up land to the savages, this time, it is still an unbelievably outrageous demand from the Obama regime.
Hmmm, how will America be punished for Obama's latest stunt?
Read from Gateway Pundit:
Obama Administration Sides With Hamas… Tells Israel to Apologize to Turkey or Else
"The winning photo of the year in Turkey last year was of a battered and bloody Israeli soldier aboard the Mavi Marmara.
Nine people were killed onboard the Gaza-bound Turkish ship after IDF troops who raided it encountered violent resistance by 'peace activists' armed with an assortment of weapons. The 'peace activists' threw stun grenades and beat the Israeli soldiers with pipes and chains.
Now,, Obama is reportedly threatening Israel to apologize to Turkey for the attack or else.
Israel Today reported, via Free Republic:
'Israel’s largest daily newspaper, Yediot Ahronot, reported on Wednesday that the Obama Administration is threatening Israel to either apologize to Turkey over its bloody interception of a Gaza aid flotilla last year, or risk strained ties with Washington.
Israeli diplomats in Washington told the newspaper that they had received a communique from US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton insisting that the rift between Israel and Turkey was harming American interests in the region, such as affecting regime change in neighboring Syria.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan demands that Israel publicly apologize for intercepting a May 2010 “humanitarian aid” flotilla that tried to break Israel’s maritime blockade of the Gaza Strip. The flotilla had set sail from Turkey, and nine Turkish nationals were killed when they and others aboard the largest ship, the Mavi Marmara, attacked the Israeli boarding party.
Erdogan called the operation an act of piracy. And even though Washington and other Western powers agree with Israel that the Gaza blockade is legal and legitimate, the Obama Administration has decided that it is more politically expedient to simply have Israel meet Erdogan’s unreasonable demands (as if that won’t have any long-term negative consequences).'
Nearly two-thirds of Israelis were upset with Obama’s response to the Gaza terror flotilla."
Risk strained ties with Washington? I think we've already come to that point and then some.
Israel refuses to apologize.