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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Friday, August 18, 2017


[The author of the article below is an adjunct professor of history at Touro College, and a regularly featured op-ed columnist at Israel’s Arutz Sheva. Mr. Domnitch is the author of two books, and is currently completing a third, about World War I and the Jews. In the following satirical piece, he brings us a “special Rosh Hashanah message” from the White House. Only, instead of giving President Obama’s talking points on Israel, this message reflects the current administration’s actual Mid-East policy, or at least the policy implied by Barack Obama’s deeds as president. –ed.]

My Fellow Americans,

As the Jewish New Year 5773 approaches, it is a time for reflection and introspection. I can only marvel at my administration’s many

“Fair and Balanced” is fast becoming more slogan than operating system at Fox News, and nowhere is this seen more clearly than in the way Israel is increasingly being treated and the extent to which anti-Semitism is tolerated as part of the cable channel’s conversation.

Here are a few examples:

• For some time, Fox has been using Michael Scheuer as a commentator. Bill O’Reilly is most responsible for this, but Judge Anthony Napolitano also made Scheuer a regular. This pompous “head of the Bin

Obama worshipfully listening to Edward Said at an Arab community event in Chicago, May 1998.“President Obama has thrown allies like Israel under the bus.” That’s what Mitt Romney, Republican candidate for president, said in the high-profile speech accepting his party’s nomination last week, repeating a slang phrase for sacrificing a friend for selfish reasons that he had deployed before, for example in May 2011 and Jan. 2012.

This criticism of Obama fits a persistent Republican critique. Specifically, several other recent presidential candidates used or endorsed the same “bus”

I am writing this column with great reluctance. In a rational world, the accidental death of Rachel Corrie, the pro-Hamas activist who was crushed by a bulldozer in Gaza almost 10 years ago, would no longer have a place in the news cycle. Sadly, we do not live in a rational world, and therefore Corrie’s fate—along with her insidious group of allies that mushroomed following her death—continues to plague us.

Here’s what we know: After much careful deliberation, an Israeli court in Haifa finally

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon—who decided to visit Tehran from Aug. 29-31 for the conference of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM)—would have been wise to more carefully ponder the lesson provided by Mary Robinson.

During her tenure as UN Commissioner for Human Rights in 2001, Robinson authorized, planned and chaired a disastrous meeting in Iran, and is still paying the price for this fundamental moral failure.

Robinson’s Iranian misadventure took place in the context of the Asian regional