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December 17, 2014 10:59 am

Obama: Hanukkah Should Inspire Us to Do What’s Right

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President Obama speaking on the phone with the president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, September 2013. Photo: The White House

Arutz Sheva – U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday sent Jews around the world his traditional greeting in honor of the holiday of Hanukkah. Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, began on Tuesday evening.

“Over the eight nights of Hanukkah, Jews across America, Israel, and the world will remember an ancient triumph of freedom over oppression, and renew their faith in the possibility of miracles large and small,” said Obama.

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  • charlie johnson

    He should be more concerned with what’s right in the USA.A large portion of our inner cities are overcome with drug addiction,Detroit is under the care of drug gangs which is supported by federal funding.The jobs left for Asia with the working class employed by the fast food industry at low wages when the Unions once made large paychecks for many with a single skill .(Like washer stamping.) These people voted themselves out of jobs with the help of friendly politicians.The greatest defect is lack of moral character and family disintegration.We could use moral and ethical leadership not slogans and finger pointing.This golfer has a knack of telling other nations how to establish a proper pecking order but he needs to look in the mirror to see where we could use improvements.This man has fired several generals of the US military and there is nobody that can fire him for dereliction of duty. I hope that Israel will be there for us if this parrot talks us into the finacial boneyard of nations by spending like a drunken sailor on his golfer pals projects.

  • Hasi

    What is ‘right’ in President Obama’s opinion is just that, his OPINION. As we’ve seen in the past two years, he panders to the Moslem community way too much. What is right for Obama is to achieve the goals that he feels will enshrine him in the pantheon of great presidents. His legacy is his most important concern, not what is morally or ethically just.