Enemy in Charge of the White House

Biden Wants to Save Hamas

President Joe Biden reportedly wants to use hostage talks with Hamas to force Israel to stop its war against the Palestinian terror group in Gaza. Ironically, it was reportedly the Biden administration itself that stalled talks toward Saudi-Israeli peace last September, because the White House insisted on a commitment to support a Palestinian state.

Biden was Ready to Veto Help Israel Bill?

President Biden would veto a standalone House bill that would provide $17.6 billion in aid to Israel, if it reaches his desk. The veto threat comes after the administration and many in Congress worked for months on a larger national security supplemental funding bill that would provide support not just to Israel, but to Ukraine and make changes to border security.

Biden Plans Redirect UNRWA Funds to Gaza Anyway

The Biden administration would redirect any funds for UNRWA to other aid agencies working in Gaza if Congress passes legislation that would bar funding of UNRWA. Aid of $1.4 billion for humanitarian aid for Gaza, but that could be sent to the UN's World Food Program (WFP), UNICEF or other aid groups.

The US President Hates Netanyahu

The US President Joe Biden reportedly called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “a bad f-ing guy” in private conversations due to his belief that Israel’s leader is trying to get the Americans involved in a wider Mideast conflict. Many Democratic lawmakers are angry at Netanyahu for what the war against Hamas is doing to their chances, and want the White House to pressure Israel into a permanent ceasefire. (Israel has not asked the US to be involved in war in Gaza. It is Biden administration hindering Israel's war on terror.)

The US House Democrats Rejected Aid for Israel

The United States House failed to pass stand-alone emergency aid to Israel worth $17.6 billion amid cross-party criticism and resistance from the White House. The measure, which was voted down 250–180, was intended to support the United States ally in its war against Hamas. The new bill under a procedure requires approval by a two-thirds majority of the House.

Biden Lied about Aid to Hamas

A week after the horrors of October 7, when the Biden administration first convinced Israel to open up the siege of Gaza and allow in international aid, it promised Hamas would not get it. It can be seen, in videos taken both by the IDF and civilians in Gaza, how armed Hamas fighters have hijacked aid convoys. A massive fortune in aid is going to Hamas terrorists (facilitated by UNRWA, USAID and other ‘Israel-loving’ organizations). And the $100 million in “humanitarian aid” promised by Biden is just the beginning of a larger program to “reconstruct” Gaza.

Palestinian State Delusion is still Alive

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said: “You can see the path forward for Israel and for the entire region with integration, with normalization, with security assurances, with the pathway to a Palestinian state. And so, it will be up to Israelis to decide what they want to do, when they want to do it, how they want to do it. No one’s going to make those decisions for them. All that we can do is to show what the possibilities are, what the options are, what the future could be, and compare it to the alternative." (They do not want to know the alternatives. Have any of them asked Hamas and Fatah leaders what is their true vision of the Palestinian state borders?)

Netanyahu Slammed Biden’s ‘anti-settler’ Sanctions

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized US President Joe Biden’s executive order to sanction those State Department considered “extremist” settlers over accusations of violent behaviour against Palestinians. “Israel acts against all Israelis who break the law, everywhere; therefore, exceptional measures are unnecessary. If they (the US) were using it equally, they would have imposed sanctions on Palestinians as well,” he added. The US State Department ordered the freezing of bank accounts of four individuals it suspects of anti-Palestinian violence. (Jewish self-defence and fighting constant terror attacks perpetrated by Arabs neighbours is not “extremism”. No such sanctions were put on the PA and Hamas terrorists by the US administration. Even though such sanctions are required by law – the Taylor Force act.)


Shut Israel-hating, terrorism facilitating UNWRA down.

Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak

I might even have some respect for Muslims and Arabs who would like to see a successful, democratic Jewish state of Israel removed from the neighbourhood. Therefore, with conviction, they support Hamas, Fatah, Hezbollah and other terrorist organizations, who are dedicated to killing Jews and destroy Israel. I have a contempt for other Jew-haters, especially educated Antisemitic Westerners, who are not interested in or disregard historical facts, and reality of the Arab-Israeli conflict. These idiots, most of them are ideological Leftists and well educated, do not realise or even care that the Islamist enemies of Israel despise them more than Jews.

Hamas Stole Aid Trucks in Gaza

Hamas seized aid trucks and converted them into ammunition-transport vehicles to use in the organization's war against the Jewish State. Residents of Gaza have accused Hamas of stealing and hoarding aid sent into Gaza by the international community for the civilian population. (This is not reported by anti-Semitic international news outlets.)

Domestic Ammunition Production Needed

In the wake of the ongoing war against Hamas and its exposure of Israel’s near total dependence on the United States to replenish its stocks of ammunition. The Israeli Defense Ministry has begun reaching out to local defense companies to boost production lines and place orders that will ensure they churn out ammunition for years to come. This includes a variety of arms, ranging from Iron Dome interceptors to sophisticated guided air-to-ground munitions, artillery shells and tank shells. Military aircraft (unfortunately) will continue to be made in the United States.

Saudi Arabia Rejected Normalization

Saudi Arabia’s foreign ministry issued a stern statement, rejecting a claim made by the US National Security Council spokesman that Riyadh is prepared to normalize relations before there is a ceasefire in Gaza and without progress toward Palestinian statehood. “The kingdom has communicated its firm position to the US administration that there will be no diplomatic relations with Israel unless an independent Palestinian state is recognized on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, and that the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip stops and all Israeli occupation forces withdraw from the Gaza Strip,” Saudi Arabia’s foreign ministry decided. (Is it a Saudi’s political game of extortion, or do they have no real intention to establish relations with the Jewish state?)

Proposed Hamas Hostage Deal is a Nonstarter

Even Biden calls terror group’s reply to framework deal ‘a little over the top’. Hamas submitted its response to a framework for a hostage deal, demanding for a permanent ceasefire.

Egypt does not Want 'Brothers' from Gaza

Egypt has sent messages to Israel warning that an influx of refugees from Gaza to the Sinai Peninsula will endanger the peace agreement between Israel and Egypt. Egypt is worried about the passage of hundreds of thousands of refugees into Sinai, and that they may remain there. It is estimated that there are dozens of smuggling tunnels in the Rafah area, some of which are still operating today. Hamas used these tunnels in order to smuggle people. An Egyptian said that “even one Palestinian refugee” across its border may end or suspend Egypt’s decades-old peace treaty with Israel. (An Israeli Intelligence Ministry memo recommended the relocation of Gazan refugees to Egypt.)

Half of Hamas Terrorists are Taken Out

Israel’s leaders claimed that the IDF had killed or seriously injured half of the Hamas terror group’s fighters. With Hamas’s top leaders still at liberty, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant insisted that the terror group’s Gaza leader Yahya Sinwar was on the run, out of touch with his fighters, and forced to flee from one hideout to another. (There are still too many remain.)

The UN Probes UNRWA ‘Neutrality’

The United Nations appointed an independent panel to assess Palestinian relief agency UNRWA, following Israeli allegations that some staffers were involved in Hamas’s October 7 massacres in southern Israel. Foreign Minister Israel Katz promised that Israel would “submit all evidence highlighting UNRWA’s ties to terrorism and its harmful effects on regional stability.” (How 'independent' will this panel be?)

IDF to Replace UNWRA Distribution System in Gaza

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu ordered the IDF to come up with alternatives to relying on the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) in the Gaza Strip in everything related to the transfer of humanitarian aid.

Giant Hamas Tunnel under UNRWA’s Headquarters

A giant tunnel that was exposed in recent days underneath the central headquarters of UNRWA in the Gaza Strip. Prime Minister Netanyahu showed the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken proof of the misuse of the UNRWA headquarters’ underground premises for apparent terrorist tunnelling purposes. According to the Israel Defense Forces, it is believed to be one of Hamas’s strategic tunnels. This comes amid the ongoing revelations that staff of the UN relief agency for the Palestinians were actively involved in the Oct. 7 attack against Israel and have long been disseminating incitement against Israel through various platforms, including as teachers. (Digging a tunnel is a long and noisy process. It was impossible that UNRWA didn’t notice it.)

Quote of the Week:

“We have three priorities when we look at Israel: Support Israel with whatever they need whenever they need it. Eliminate Hamas, not weaken them - eliminate Hamas. And do everything we can to bring our hostages home. Don’t ever let America be so arrogant to think that we don’t need friends. The last thing we need to do is to tell Israel what to do. The only thing we should be doing is supporting them and eliminating Hamas. It is not that Israel needs America. America needs Israel." - Nikki Haley, former the US ambassador to the United Nations, during the third Republican presidential debate and the 2024 GOP candidates pledged steadfast support for Israel in its war with Hamas.

The US and UNRWA are Fostering Fake Refugees

by David Bedein (July 26, 2015 – 8 years ago)

“The US is holding the refugees over Israel’s head, forcing Israel to accept its dictate. It may be that not only has the US agreed with the Arabs to force Israel back to the ’67 lines, it has also agreed to keep the ‘refugees’ stateless as demanded by the Arab countries.” - Ted Belman - Several times the United States and other Western ‘friends’ of Jewish people forced Israel to close its borders, after it won military conflicts with Muslim neighbours, and keep Arabs and other so-called Palestinians, who wanted to leave, on Israel controlled land!

The US as the largest funder of UNRWA, (reaching $400 million this year, one third of the UNRWA budget), could have predicted further funding of UNRWA on a humanitarian commitment to resettle UNRWA’s client population: 5.4 million descendants of Arab refugees from the 1948 war, few of whom were even born by 1948 - into decent permanent living conditions. (Being deeply in debt, the United States is paying $400 million a year to undermine the dream of the Jewish people - so much for the best friend!)

Yet the US-UNRWA accord mentions nothing of the kind.

Instead, the US-UNRWA accord mandates that refugee status is inherited and that thousands of these descendants of Arab refugees who have wallowed in the indignity of refugee life for 66 years, must continue to live in refugee squalor "until a comprehensive and just solution is secured”, something which UNRWA will not allow to happen.

Just as the US accord with Iran places the burden of proof of any wrong- doing on the determination of the Iranian regime, the US allows UNRWA to determine if it has committed a security indiscretion.

At the same time, the US-UNRWA accord turns a blind eye to the Hamas takeover of UNRWA facilities in Gaza. Sixteen years ago, the Gaza-based employees of the UN Relief and Works Agency held elections to choose union leaders.

Hamas took advantage of the campaign and took over the entire teachers’ association and workers association. By 2012, more the 90 percent of UNRWA employees had become Hamas supporters.

As a result of the takeover, Hamas created an apparatus whose mission was to maintain its grip on the Gaza-based UNRWA schools. (The UN allows the terrorist organisation to build terror tunnels, training camps and use schools for anti-Israel indoctrination. The ‘Useless Nazi’ pays salaries to Hamas members, instead of caring for the welfare of Gaza residents!)