Category Archives: Middle East

Discerning “Signs of the Times” in Iowa and Israel

by James M. Wall Jesus told his disciples they must learn to “discern the signs of the times” (Matthew 16:3). In the Iowa caucuses, Monday, February 1, voters will offer their secular versions of political signs for the future when they select two potential presidential … Continue reading

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Time To “Keep Singing” to UMC Church Leaders

by James M. Wall On October 10, 2010, I gave a talk to a small group  at a United Methodist Church in Naperville, IL, a city in the western suburbs of Chicago. In the talk I referenced the film, Grapes … Continue reading

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Duma Murders Expose Israel’s “Mindless Violence”

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Rob Malley Links ISIS Crisis to Palestine Issue

2. and pushed for “a more nuanced and realistic” analysis

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3. Earlier this year, the “critics” screamed loudly when in March, Obama

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“President Barack Obama delivered a stinging response to the latest in a series of Netanyahu diplomatic insults”.
“The President chose Robert Malley (right) as Special Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf Region.

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5. Pro-Israel media outlets, however, rushed to sound the alarm.

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6. Special Assistant Malley will begin his new assignment April 6.

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7. (note the false allegation “Hamas adviser):

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8. Atlas readers are long familiar with this subversive jihad operative.

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9. Malley and Barack Hussein Obama.___

Robert Malley told the NY Times that he had regularly been in contact with Hamas, which is designated a terrorist

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Republican candidates are currently dominating the space and bandwidth of that media

–those

“Let’s hope so, let’s just hope so.__

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“Have You Got Any News of the Iceberg?”

by James M. Wall On May 24, 2000, I wrote a column for The Christian Century magazine reflecting on yet another “peace agreement” between Palestine and Israel.  I wrote that to the U.S. government, then led by President Bill Clinton, the … Continue reading

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Israel’s False History Is Exposed, Then Embraced

by James M. Wall MSNBC, the PEP (Progressive Except for Palestine) cable network, stumbled into the glaring light of truth on an October 15 broadcast. In-house MSNBC guardians of Israel’s false narrative must have been on a coffee break when … Continue reading

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Israel’s Colonial Creep Has Echoes in Texas

By James M. Wall Israeli riot police are shown above “maintaining peace” at Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque compound. This picture was taken on March 8, 2013, during “clashes” between Palestinian defenders and Jews who claim they only want to pray on land … Continue reading

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Obama Defeats Netanyahu In Iran Accord Battle

by James M. Wall Updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015: Benjamin Netanyahu’s AIPAC-controlled U.S. minions lost their battle to destroy President Obama’s nuclear accord with Iran and the P1-5 world powers. A final, crucial vote was announced when Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-Md) became … Continue reading

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Isaiah 21:6: “Go Set a Watchman”

by James M. Wall Harper “Nelle” Lee, now 89, has published a second book. Her first, To Kill a Mockingbird, is considered a classic of American literature. Her second, Go Set a Watchman, arrives this week as a timely gift. It reaches readers as our … Continue reading

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UCC Says No to Occupation, Votes 80% to Divest

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