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November 6, 2015 11:41 am

Obama Says Peace Between Israelis, Palestinians Unlikely During Remainder of His Term

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US officials said President Obama does not like it is likely for Israelis and Palestinians to make peace before his term is up. Photo: Screenshot.

US officials said President Obama doesn’t think it likely that Israelis and Palestinians will make peace before his term is up. Photo: Screenshot.

JNS.org – Amid a pessimistic view expressed by U.S. President Barack Obama over the likelihood of an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal during his term, four more Israelis were injured Friday in three Palestinian terror attacks in Judea and Samaria. The IDF prevented a fourth attack by shooting a terrorist dead.

One Israeli man was stabbed near Sha’ar Binyamin, two Israeli teenagers were shot near Hebron’s Cave of the Patriarchs, and a fourth victim was shot near Hebron. In addition, a 72-year-old woman Palestinian was killed by IDF soldiers after trying to run them over with her vehicle, Yedioth Ahronoth reported. According to reports, the woman’s husband was himself a terrorist who was killed during the second intifada.

Some hours later, a Palestinian teenager uploaded a video to Facebook in which he claimed responsibility for one of the attacks as a member of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades.

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Meanwhile, as the Palestinian terror wave against Jewish Israelis continues, Obama issued a “realistic assessment” that a peace deal in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is unlikely to be reached during the remainder of his term in office, according to a U.S. official who spoke to reporters ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the White House on Monday, theAssociated Press reported.

Obama and Netanyahu, who have a history of disagreements and will be meeting for the first time since the U.S. and the other P5+1 nations reached a nuclear deal with Iran in July, will discuss ways to de-escalate altercations between Israel and the Palestinians in the absence of a peace agreement.

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  • Sarai

    Great news. o will not be coercing Israel into any more positions that cost Jewish lives.

  • Jonah

    Your time would be better spent trying to convert Charles Manson to Christianity. You will be in the same room with and individual who has lead a world wide Islamic revolt…..a form of helter skelter and put stinger missles in the hand of Isis through Benghazi. Pretend you are trying to make an armistice with Hitler. Israel is rooting down with the discovery of oil and gas…this is unacceptable, Israel must be destroyed. If you think their is one scintilla of a chance that you will change this mans inherent belief about the destiny of Israel you are delusional. With this meeting he will attempt to put in place or get you to agree to all those ramifications required for the decimation of Israel. He already feels he has you on the run…mayhem in the streets and that you will come groveling to him for mercy. He will cloak himself in masterful rhetoric and the liberal press will depict his every move as genious and compassionate for the solving of the Palestinian dellimma…..while he is placing carefully a knife in Israel’s back. My advice to Bebe on his visit to the U.S…..be careful what you eat and drink…you are the only one between a knife at the throat of your citizens…you are standing in the gap defending Israel from its arch enemy’s. If they take you down Israel will fall into the hands of your enemy’s…that would be radical Islam and the left within your borders.

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