Report: Trump Administration Considering Arab Peace Coalition Summit…

“The core allies were certainly encouraged by the clear narrative by President Trump in Riyadh, and thus decided to address the Qatar-Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] problem. The speech changed the narrative.” ~ Walid Phares

According to a Fox News Exclusive report, the President Trump administration is considering a Camp-David style Arab peace summit.   Those who have followed the administration’s structural activity all year will see this as a natural progression of events within the alliance formed by President Trump and the Mid-East coalition.

The four major allies within the growing alliance, Egypt, Saudi, UAE and Bahrain, as well as other moderates supportive of the larger objectives to restore stability, are currently engaged in a campaign to change the outlook of Qatar and stop their support for the Muslim Brotherhood.  A peace summit around their united efforts, with the support of President Trump, would follow a logical path.

The media will go bananas at the thought of such a consequential accomplishment.

(Via Fox News) President Trump is considering calling a Camp David-style summit to address growing tensions among long-established U.S. allies in the Arab world and renew his call for those nations to confront the “crisis of Islamic extremism,” Fox News has learned.

The gathering would follow Saudi Arabia, Egypt and five other Muslim countries severing diplomatic and commercial relations with Qatar. The regional powers had accused the tiny Gulf state of funding terrorism – blasting Qatar for allegedly boosting groups like ISIS, Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood and working with Iran to destabilize the region.

Fox News has learned that the White House is discussing several options for overcoming the dispute including a broad summit modeled on the 1978 Camp David peace accords that led to the 1979 peace treaty between Israel and Egypt.

“It’s a Camp David moment. We’ve seen nothing like this in 40 years, and now the president wants to follow through,” a senior White House official told Fox News. (continue reading)

JUNE 20th – Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner, Assistant to the President and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt, and United States Ambassador to Israel David Friedman met today in Jerusalem with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and his senior advisors.

The meeting was productive and the two sides reaffirmed their commitment to advancing President Trump’s goal of a genuine and lasting peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians that enhances stability in the region. The three United States officials discussed Israel’s priorities and potential next steps with Prime Minister Netanyahu, acknowledging the critical role Israel plays in the security of the region.

The United States officials and Israeli leadership underscored that forging peace will take time and stressed the importance of doing everything possible to create an environment conducive to peacemaking. (White House Readout)

JUNE 21st – Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner, Assistant to the President and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt, and United States Consul General in Jerusalem Donald Blome met today in Ramallah with President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority and his senior advisors.

The two sides had a productive meeting and reaffirmed their commitment to advancing President Trump’s goal of a genuine and lasting peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians that enhances stability in the region. Kushner and Greenblatt discussed with President Abbas priorities for the Palestinians and potential next steps, acknowledging the need for economic opportunities for Palestinians and major investments in the Palestinian economy.

The United States officials and Palestinian leadership underscored that forging peace will take time and stressed the importance of doing everything possible to create an environment conducive to peacemaking. Kushner and Greenblatt plan to return to Washington, D.C. to brief President Trump, Secretary Tillerson and General McMaster and to continue the conversation about next steps.  (White House Readout)

 

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114 Responses to Report: Trump Administration Considering Arab Peace Coalition Summit…

  1. jmclever says:

    Once again, I am gobsmacked. Is this really happening? Somebody pinch me! And once the MB is dealt with in the world at large, we can get rid of CAIR in the U.S.

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    • President Trump is going after the root of the problem. The ME countries are not stupid and know that this is causing great harm to the western world. They do not want to kill the goose that lays the golden egg (oil sales to Western world)

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      • setup2100 says:

        Sorry but the GAS rights are the reason the other Arab countries are PO’ed at Quatar. FAKE NEWS and has nothing to do with STOPPING the Muslim Brotherhood. Just Watch. Next we will be sold that Saudi’s will stop sponsoring TERRIORISM and as usual they keep both ends toward the middle and we fall for it, even with TRUMP as our last hope.

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        • MVW says:

          That is my worry too. I trust the Saudis as far as I can throw sand. The doubt is that the Saudis want to get off Mohammed the tiger without it eating them. Which is it? History says it is the former and I trust history.

          I smell a Saudi-Mohammed backstab, right out of ‘tricks for muslims’ to pull on idiot kafirs.

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      • scott467 says:

        “The ME countries are not stupid and know that this is causing great harm to the western world.”

        _____________

        They should also know they have done irreparable harm to the image of islam, that an entire generation has now grown up knowing that islam is something people in positions of Authority lie through their wicked teeth about, saying it is a ‘religion of peace’, when it is clearly a blood-thirsty murder cult.

        Pouring gasoline on a man trapped in a cage, and then lighting him on fire in the name of islam, was particularly effective in communicating the truth about islam.

        And every rape and every murder, every day, reinforces the truth and reality of islam.

        And makes outright fools and laughingstocks of those who pretend that islam has even the most remote association with peace.

        If islam is ‘peace’, the peace is war.

        .

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    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Our God is an Awesome God, and He provided us with a great President and gifted cabinet and staff. Wow!

      Liked by 12 people

    • As soon as the MB is declared a terrorist organization by the Mid-East Coalition then it can happen here.

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  2. The Boss says:

    Blessed be the Peacemakers….

    Liked by 20 people

  3. tax2much says:

    President Trump will go down in history as one of our greatest.

    Liked by 25 people

  4. Joe Blow says:

    The NY Slimes will have to come up with another list of fake “Trump lies” just to cover for this.

    Liked by 5 people

  5. fleporeblog says:

    ISIS days are truly numbered! So are the rest of these animals that control North Africa and the ME (al-Nusra, Hezbollah, Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Al-Qaeda, Taliban etc). What has occurred this past week with King Salman appointing his son, Mohammed bin Salman, as his heir and the post SD shared last night about the demands for Qatar is monumental. The reports from the visits to Israel and Palestine are also very encouraging.

    The demands on Qatar are HUGE in the grand scheme of things! There is no way this would have occurred if anyone other than our President had been elected. This unequivocally tells me that Saudi Arabia is ALL IN. That in and of it self is massive because they have the money needed to make sure that the military equipment used as part of this glorious coalition is modern and up-to-date. It takes a tremendous amount of pressure away from the Great President of Egypt, al-Sisi. President al-Sisi will continue to be the mastermind behind all the negotiations. He is so well respected in the region for being the one person that was able to spit in the face of Barry from Hawaii. He is also loved and admired by Egyptians as well as our President.

    The Muslim Brotherhood is being chocked everywhere they turn. The last place for them will be Turkey. Our President is setting up something big with Poland, Romania and Hungary. We will eventually remove all of our nuclear capabilities out of Turkey and place them in the 3 countries referenced above. I wouldn’t be shocked if the entire base is eventually closed and dispersed in the 3 countries. Those countries don’t want a single Muslim allowed in. As Americans, we can sleep easier at night knowing that the bad guys can’t get to our nuclear and military arsenals. It will also send a clear message to France, Germany and Italy that if they don’t cleanup their garbage, those same things can occur in those countries as well. Our alliance with Eastern Europe will allow us such tremendous leverage.

    Amazing what good leaders that want to protect themselves and their countries will do when they are lead by a man that wants the SAME things as they do for us and our country. I have said this before but when our President finally visits Egypt, the celebrations in the streets of Cairo will make us all cry like babies because it will be overwhelming the LOVE they will show him!

    WE are the luckiest people on the face of the earth today. Our grand kids and their kids will see North Africa and the ME as a place they can visit while Europe will be a no fly zone because all that will be left is the extremist that were run out of North Africa and the ME. I don’t have a doubt with our President at the helm followed by the Egyptian Lion in North Africa with the financial backing of King Salman and his newly appointed heir taking care of all the financial needs.

    Our Lion working hand-in-hand with the Egyptian Lion! A match truly made in HEAVEN!

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    • RC says:

      Hey fleporeblog – fill me in why locating nuclear weapons in Poland, Romania and Hungary, presumably pointed towards Russia rather than Germany, will advance peace?

      I came of age during the Reagan Presidency when dismantling nuclear facilities and eliminating Mutually Assured Destruction ( MAD ) was our objective. When were President Reagan’s wise policies formally reversed by the United States?

      Also, why would Poland, Romania and Hungary want to become ground zero in a — God forbid — nuclear exchange?

      Again, I remember the horror of Poland et al when those nations discovered the Soviet Union planned to nuke them during the opening of any WWIII, in order to create a radioactive no man’s land.

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      • Stringy theory says:

        Not sure I follow you. Weapons in poland, Romania etc. would continue to be “pointed” the same direction they are now. Also don’t see why pulling nukes out of Turkey would have any impact on MAD although it seems that Cold War construct has little viability now with nukes falling into the hands of madmen in nork and Iran. If the nukes start flying, we will all be at ground zero.

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      • Old Codger says:

        Off the meth and back on the Prozac for you, RC!

        Liked by 1 person

      • RC says:

        Back to my 3 points:

        1. Why would locating nuclear weapons right on Russia’s border advance peace?

        2. When did the US reverse President Reagan’s policy to dismantle nuclear facilities and MAD to achieve a non-nuclear peace?

        3. When did Poland, Romania and Hungary agree to become ground zero in a nuclear exchange with Russia?

        Hey Codger — can you manage a discussion? — This being the point of the CTH forum — Or, are you limited to personal invective?

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        • railer says:

          With Qatar as a prelude and warning shot, Turkey should be dealt with eventually, but there is no imperative to couple those actions with Poland, Romania and Hungary. Almost nobody outside the neocon hive will go along with a fresh nuke deployment into Europe, in any event. The Poles might be willing to go along with Star Wars, but I highly doubt they’d ever consent to foreign nukes on their soil. It will be difficult enough to pull Turkey onto the good path, let alone forcing through such as that. But first things first, and the first thing is to draw some bright lines, which President Trump is doing a spectacular job of here.

          Nice to see a State Department actually doing something productive. It’s been a while.

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      • fleporeblog says:

        RC money talks and for those 3 countries having the US compensate them as well as having the US always looking out for your best interests may be well worth it.

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    • Brant says:

      Interesting take on nuclear in Poland, Romania, and Hungary. But a diplomatic switcheroo could be they can just as easily be aimed to the west to protect Russia from the hordes flowing towards the east. Yes, before it was protecting Western Europe from Russia, but what would be the diplomatic signals if they can easily protect Russia from Western Europe after their new “citizens” take over?

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      • fleporeblog says:

        Well said! The world is very close to being flipped upside down.

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      • David R. Graham says:

        Yes, I have made this point several times over the last few months. Russia’s threat assessment now is Salafi Jihad not only in their east, as before, but also now in their west, because the EU is Salafist, deliberately. This is a strategic opportunity for USA/Russia alliance against a common enemy: Salafist EU/global Moslem Brotherhood/Salafi Jihad. India should be part of that alliance, and for the same reason of facing a common threat: Salafi Jihad.

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    • yucki says:

      It’s not just the nukes. We can no longer trust Turkey with critical NATO codes and other intelligence. Since he’s purged the army of the most professional, competent officers, he’s fully in charge and that’s a threat.

      Recall that after 50 years of close cooperation between Israel and Turkey, in 2012 the Sultan-wannabe shopped 10 Mossad agents to Iran. This, just to polish his regional creds during “The [Muslim Brotherhood] Arab Spring”.

      Source: David ignatius, “Turkey blows Israel’s cover for Iranian spy ring”. (Oct. 16, 2013)
      washingtonpost,com/opinions/david-ignatius-turkey-blows-israels-cover-for-iranian-spy-ring/2013/10/16/7d9c1eb2-3686-11e3-be86-6aeaa439845b_story.html

      An Israeli source reminds us:
      “[T]hat is a problem well beyond the anger and betrayal anyone in the Mossad might be feeling today. Turkey has the largest army of all the European NATO members and it plays a central role in the alliance. Which means that if you’re a senior security official in any of NATO’s member countries, you’ll start reviewing your exchanges with the Turks.

      Remember, Turkey serves as a passageway not only for spies going into Iran, but also for terrorists coming out of Iran. If you can’t now trust the Turks to monitor that traffic reliably; if, in fact, you have to worry about them actually aiding and abetting those terrorists – what do you do?”

      Source: “Can NATO Member Turkey Ever Be Trusted Again?”. (Oct. 21, 2013)
      http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/can-nato-member-turkey-ever-be-trusted-again/2013/10/21/

      Has he purchased air and missile defense systems from China? Russia? What’s he passing along to those new BFFs?

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  6. Jay Chou says:

    PWHOARRRRR. Modi meets POTUS. First state dinner since in office. Oh My God.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. The Popcorn Tape says:

    And how long will this peace be intended to last?
    Seven years, perhaps?
    No, that’s not a literal sign of the Tribulation at all…

    Yeah, yeah, Trump’s probably not the Antichrist, but every time I hear “Mideast peace accord” or some such, I think “They’ve been at war for 1,400 years, and THIS is what’ll bring peace? Riiight.”

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    • El Torito says:

      The difference between DJT supporters and commenters like, say, you, is faith. Try it – you can do it.

      Liked by 8 people

      • MVW says:

        Mohammed made peace, when he did not have the upper hand. Then immediately when he had the advantage he broke the peace. It is what Arafat did. All muslims understood the tactic. As soon as muslims remove the lesson and verses from the Koran and their other holy books…. It will never happen.

        Faith? Whose faith? ‘Step into my parlor said the spider to the fly.’ Don’t be a sucker.

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        • Deb says:

          None of us are naive to think we can accomplish a permanent peace anywhere. That is simply impossible. But creating a stabalized and peaceful Middle East for now is what we need to focus on so we can really deal with Iran and North Korea. A threat like Iran and the Norks makes for strange bedfellows.

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    • Beenthere says:

      That’s what they said about Northern Ireland & it was 1 man, PM Tony Blair, who led the peace initiative & succeeded. So let’s be a little optimistic, the momentum is w/Trump.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Yeah, I never believed that would happen. I am so glad to be wrong.

        Liked by 1 person

      • LafnH2O says:

        There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries. On such a full sea are we now afloat. And we must take the current when it serves, or lose our ventures.

        “Julius Caesar”
        W. Shakespeare

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      • MVW says:

        It was not in a Holy book to follow, behavior can be changed easy, the words in a Holy book is different. Learn the difference. Or perhaps you don’t believe in the power of the words in a Holy book?

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    • Joe Blow says:

      If you are a Christian you should be rejoicing at this. This world is not our home, Heaven is. With each passing day we are closer to His coming. That the 7-year period of peace could be so near means the rapture is on the horizon.

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    • Duke Taber says:

      Sigh.

      If you are going to make commentary about a word used 5 times in the Bible at least make sure you understand what it means.

      From the Greek:

      Transliterated Word Antichristos
      Phonetic Spelling an-tee’-khris-tos
      Parts of Speech Noun Masculine
      Definition 1. the adversary of the Messiah
      King James Word Usage – Total: 5

      There is no adversarial role between President Trump and Jesus the Messiah. In fact, there is more evidence of a supporting role of the President with the Christian faith.

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    • Alison says:

      It certainly won’t happen without leaders recognizing opportunities. The Saudi/President Trump/El Sisi trio has never existed. US leaders have generally made boosting their personal wealth as important as any ME goals. Why would ME exert effort under that reality?

      Stability & economic viability for the masses are absolutely possible if all come to the table understanding what can be mutually accomplished.

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    • Popcorn TROLL: Whine on your Liberal blogs.

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  8. mimbler says:

    So how will the media spin this? “Trump ignores problems at home to make the world better for his 1 percenter oil buddies” Yeah, that’s it,
    Mike

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  9. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    I remember when the media scoffed at Trump’s ability to make real estate deals and they said that such a skill would not apply to politics.

    But it does apply to politics. Fostering strong personal relationships applies to all areas of life.

    Trump makes people feel like they are really part of something, rather than just pawns in Trump’s game. They come to trust the man even if they don’t have the same aims as Trump does.

    This means a lot. And in the world of brick-and-mortar business, where Trump built his fortune, you are only as good as your word. You are your word. You’re not outsourcing stuff to third world countries or hiding behind multinational corporations. You’re accountable directly, especially when it’s your name on the company.

    Trump’s success with Xi was a good sign of how he was going to be able to get along with world leaders and have those leaders help him out.

    As Walid Phares points out in the Sundance-quoted passage, the allies in the Middle East acted because they believe in Trump and his vision.

    Without that, there is nothing happening in Qatar today.

    And as Sundance points out, the media does not want any success to happen with Qatar because that means Trump would get credit.

    That’s where the left is at now (including the media) — they would rather see the economy fail and have terrorists supported than have to give Trump credit.

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    • El Torito says:

      We are winning them over a few at a time. Faith is contagious. The DNC has no soul, in fact it feeds on souls and is pure evil. Contrast that with the goodness and positive light that shines from DJT and all who support him. The movement generates magnetism AND has a gravitational pull. This is the most incredible phenomenon I have ever witnessed. I love the fact that law & order, right from wrong are BACK!

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      • MakeAmericaGreat says:

        It is a nice change, Torito.

        The DNC is soulless because the current faction in charge (Team Obama) is soulless. They are repellent people, well-represented by the constant scowl on Michelle Obama’s face.

        We are winning people over one person at a time. It’s good to see.

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      • piper567 says:

        El Torito, I believe you hit the nail on the head w/your comment about right from wrong being back.
        Our society has been inundated for decades w the heresy that there is no such thing as right and wrong…And, imo, many people voted for TRUMP who did not necessarily support him as we here do…BUT they saw hrc as not good. They went out and voted instead of staying home. Big Deal.
        I do believe the sleeping giant has been awakened from slumber, as you say, a few at a time. Rioting and the killing of LEOs can easily be seen as “wrong”, and more and more folks will see this.
        Its a steep hill to climb. Georgia’s run-off election should not have been so close. But Mr and Mrs America are beginning to get the picture. Look at the ratings of the “news” shows.
        Distinctions between right and wrong are beginning to be made. imo, this is cautiously encouraging.

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    • NJF says:

      At some point on the trail he said, “deals aren’t about things, they’re about people.”

      Proving it everyday.

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    • President Trump has an eye for Capacity, a nose for Integrity and an affinity for Initiative.

      When he finds Leaders with all three, he sets them up to contribute YUGELY and does his part to get things done – FAST.

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    • mikeyboo says:

      Great comment, MakeAmericaGreat, your word is your bond.

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  10. Joe Blow says:

    “That’s where the left is at now (including the media) — they would rather see the economy fail and have terrorists supported than have to give Trump credit.”

    They’ve always wanted that. It’s just that now they express it openly instead of in secret.

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    • MakeAmericaGreat says:

      That is a fair point, Joe.

      The Left’s manic hatred of Trump is stirred by Team Obama. They are a particularly nasty strain of radical that has infected many people in this country.

      The sooner they are confined to the dustbin of history, the better.

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  11. woohoowee says:

    The epoch of Trump45 starting June 16, 2015. What a time to be alive!

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  12. jefcool64 says:

    Cautious optimism. Only I’m having trouble keeping the ‘cautious’ part from leaping into full blown excitement.

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  13. amwick says:

    The media will go bananas at the thought of such a consequential accomplishment.
    No, the media will go bananas over our President having large fries with his burger. You know I am right, they will find a way not to report anything positive or consequential. Well, perhaps OAN or parts of FOX, maybe. Sorry, mini rant over.

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    • mimbler says:

      Yes, and I would count Fox out as well. FBN is still good part of the time, but I was working in the garage today and had Fox news on since FBN doesn’t air on weekends. It was non-stop bash Trump (with pious concern of course), and outright lies. I.e. “Trump needs to let the mueller thing go; he’s just upset that several of the investigators are democrat.”
      No, at last count by me 13 out of 13 were democrat donors,

      And they were talking about how no one doubts muellers integrity. No mention of how no person of integrity could take that job with his huge conflict of interests.

      And these were “conservatives” talking,

      I’m still working on getting my conservative friends switched over to FBN or OAN,
      Mike

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      • janc1955 says:

        I assume Mueller is a black hat until he proves otherwise. I’m all out of benefit-the-doubt for any creature who’s spent any time in the swamp. Comey and Lynch were also supposedly beyond reproach, and we see how that worked out.

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      • mikeyboo says:

        Yeah., they rejoiced over Comey’s integrity too. Proving these people have never experienced actual integrity and so cannot identify it.

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    • El Torito says:

      While each day, Trump proves to them he will get it done without them. While it would be nice if they were honest journalistas, but the fact is clear that the times are-a-changing, and so is how we have our news and current events delivered to us. It is no longer required to stare at Wolf Blitzer and the rest of the lying morons. Feels good!

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    • JC says:

      You are correct, Amwick. However, our President does it anyway, and tweets… and then tweets some more. Imagine that: a social media site lets all the air out of the press-operatives’ balloon. Cracks me UP.

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  14. Icestation3 says:

    And yet this genuinely great alliance to rid the Middle East of radical Islamism doesn’t include any Shia nations. We all want to see the defeat of Isis and the Muslim Brotherhood so why is Iran and Syria not being included in this coalition? Assad is under attack from Isis and the MB which means everyone logically should be interested. Have they been approached?

    I have a concerning feeling that this whole plan ultimately includes the removal of Assad which would a progressive fascist’s wet dream. And it results in a new cold-war with Russia which would also be a progressive fascist wet dream because they absolutely hate the new Christian and proud nation state believing Russia. Wait a minute, are we sure this whole thing isn’t some big prog plan?

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    • El Torito says:

      “…why is Iran and Syria not being included in this coalition?”

      Are you joking?

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      • Maquis says:

        And how! Iran will require much more than sanctions to overcome the Global Nuclear Threat that Zero “legitimitized.”

        Let’s just see if Iran and Syria complain about being left out, ‘eh?

        When the Sunnis go for peace, and a common front, the Shia world will have to decide if they want to continue to exist or not.

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  15. georgiafl says:

    No peace agreement has ever lasted with Islamists.

    There is no peace with Islam or within Islam. They kill their own even more than they do infidels.

    This has been true since Islam’s first days. “Islam’s borders are bloody and so are its innards.” Samuel P. Huntington p. 258, The Clash of Civilizations.

    Full quote:
    “Islam’s borders are bloody and so are its innards. The fundamental problem for the West is not Islamic fundamentalism. It is Islam, a different civilisation whose people are convinced of the superiority of their culture and are obsessed with the inferiority of their power.”
    ― Samuel P. Huntington

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    • El Torito says:

      An Islamic extremist wants to kill you. An Islamic moderate wants an Islamic extremist to kill you.

      Liked by 4 people

    • MfM says:

      The Egypt Israel peace agreement has held since 1979. Add to that all that al-Sisi has done to secure the Sinai border with the Gaza strip and they are holding to the agreement.

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      • georgiafl says:

        Yes, you are right – but one Egyptian leader died and another was overthrown (Mubarak) because of Islamic fundamentalists and their hatred of Israel.

        If anyone can make this deal, maybe President Trump can do so.

        I am totally against Israel giving up any more land or the Golan Heights. In fact, Gaza and West Bank belong rightfully to Israel – and are being illegally occupied by the Islamists.

        All land west of the Jordan is Jewish Palestine – Israel.

        Jordan is Arab Palestine.

        This is Israel’s land:

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        • Maquis says:

          Jordan was part of the British Balfour Declaration. Much of the land EAST of the Jordan is Israeli Territory, taken by trickster Ayrabs at the outset.

          “Palestinians” can find their Peace and Economic Handouts there, or under it.

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          • georgiafl says:

            Yes – All of Israel and Jordan were to be the Jewish Homeland – but over 70% was given to the Arabs ‘for peace’….the first land for peace deal.

            Then Israel declared itself a state – all hell broke loose and she was attacked by vicious Arabs on all sides.

            I have been to Israel, stood on Masada and in a bunker on the Golan Heights, walked the Via Dolorosa…..the most moving place to me was the Mount of Olives and the Sea of Galilee. Jericho was amazing as well.
            I love that place.

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            • Maquis says:

              I truly hope to be able to go there one day. Much safer than Europe and far more significant, especially in these days.

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    • Maquis says:

      The inferiority is actually the fact that they don’t qualify as a “Civilization.”

      Their fruits prove their true status.

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    • Deb says:

      “There is in Islam a paradox which is perhaps a permanent menace. The great creed born in the desert creates a kind of ecstasy out of the very emptiness of its own land, and even, one may say, out of the emptiness of its own theology. It affirms, with no little sublimity, something that is not merely the singleness but rather the solitude of God. There is the same extreme simplification in the solitary figure of the Prophet; and yet this isolation perpetually reacts into its own opposite. A void is made in the heart of Islam which has to be filled up again and again by a mere repetition of the revolution that founded it. There are no sacraments; the only thing that can happen is a sort of apocalypse, as unique as the end of the world; so the apocalypse can only be repeated and the world end again and again. There are no priests; and yet this equality can only breed a multitude of lawless prophets almost as numerous as priests. The very dogma that there is only one Mahomet produces an endless procession of Mohamets.” (excerpt from Lord Kitchener by G. K. Chesterton)

      The problem with Islam is that it will always have followers who decide to follower in Muhammed’s footsteps.

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  16. alliwantissometruth says:

    Imagine what a President can do when he really WANTS to stop Islamic terrorism

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  17. Oldschool says:

    Forgive me if I’m being shallow, but have to say, that center photo that is super imposed of FLOTUS and POTUS at the wall is powerful.

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  18. MfM says:

    Actually Camp David might be a decent location. Obama hosted the G8 there and it does have an international reputation.

    I’m sure the facilities are top notch, or Trump and his team will make them that way. There aren’t a lot of recent photographs and changes and improvements are made all the time.

    I wonder if Pres. Trump visiting was to check it out.

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  19. Donna in Oregon says:

    The quotes from various studies below in Mother Earth News show Camp David might be good for the peace process:

    When participants of one University of Illinois study viewed nature scenes, the parts of the brain associated with empathy and love lit up (as measured by an MRI).

    “Nature expands our gratitude for life, and it makes us realize that everything here is not all about us,” she says. “There definitely is something greater—call it spirituality, religion, a connection to others, or just true inner and outer balance.”

    A University of California-Berkeley study found that taking in nature, viewing beautiful art and having religious experiences all have the ability to inspire positive emotions, including awe and wonder. The researchers found that these emotions may be enough to make people act kinder and more altruistically.

    http://www.motherearthliving.com/health-and-wellness/mind-and-body/nature-and-health-zmfz16mazolc

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  20. Travis McGee says:

    To say the press would go bananas if this were to happen and was effective is an understatement. That would be a total catastrophe for the left….

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  21. Maquis says:

    Unprecedented.

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  22. I still don’t understand why the U.S. sold about 36 F-15E Strike Eagle fighters to Qatar. Can anybody explain that to me?

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  23. MOA says:

    There we go again….assuming the muslim world is part of the West and merely dresses funny.
    The Pres really has better ways to spend his valuable time.
    Whatever they agree to won’t bind them. Ever.

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  24. MOA says:

    And what saves Israel is that no single Arab military in any single Arab country can defeat the Israeli’s in open warfare. For the muslims to engineer another coalition of their nations to attack Israel is like trying to herd cats.

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  25. dreadnok89 says:

    None of this makes sense. The saudis are the worst.

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