|Israel Spying Big Time on USA, Warns Kerry|
|by Tom McGregor||Wed, Jun 11, 2014, 09:45 PM|
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry refused eligibilty for Israel to obtain the US Visa Waiver Program on the grounds that the country is allegedly engaging in massive espionage activities against the U.S.A.
According to the Seoul Times, "To make matters worse, unsubstantiated allegations were circulated that Israel was engaging in massive espionage activity against the United States. Despite angry disclaimers from Netanyahu and leading government officials, the Administration failed to refute the charges which were even used to justify denying Israel eligibility for the US Visa Waiver Program."
Kerry is an avid support of a free Palestinian State and blamed Israel for breakdown in negotiations with Islamist militants.
As reported by the Seoul Times, "After the November midterm elections, the president will increasingly become a lame-duck and with the onset of primaries and campaigning for the next presidential election, there is every probability that the Senate and Congress will act against Obama if he makes further excessive demands on Israel or totally capitulated to the Iranians. However, it should be noted that, despite the Obama administration’s harsh political behavior towards Israel, it has in fact strengthened the crucial US-Israel defense relationship."
Obama may soon lose his strong support from the Jewish community.
To read the entire article from the Seoul Times, link here:
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