Leaked Proof of Obama’s Alliance With Muslim Countries

After angering Israel and Jewish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, this morning one of Barack Obama’s most closely guarded secrets has been leaked: proof of Obama’s alliance with Muslim countries.

This evidence appears to have been accidentally leaked by the Egyptians, perhaps through Israeli subterfuge, in the form of the minutes of a meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, National Security Adviser Susan Rice and Palestinian officials.

“The Israeli TV news show Mabat broadcasted a report that shows Egyptian media Tuesday evening publishing evidence that the U.N. Security Council resolution against Israel was cooked up in a meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, National Security Adviser Susan Rice and two top Palestinian Authority officials.”

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Egyptian media published the private minutes of the meeting between the Obama administration and Palestinian officials over the Christmas holiday.

In that meeting, Kerry and Rice presented to the Muslim coalition that the Obama administration was ready to cooperate with a Palestinian action at the Security Council. Kerry then reportedly sugg…

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