Soros-Backed Group: Majority of US Jews Support Obama’s Plan to Give Holy Land to Hamas-Fatah Alliance

In May Barack Obama urged Israel to hand over half of Jerusalem, the Wailing Wall, The Temple Mount, Old Jerusalem, and the tomb of Jesus Christ to the Hamas-Fatah terrorist alliance.

Obama thought this would bring peace.

A recent J-Street poll suggests that a majority of American Jews support Obama’s plan to hand over the Holy Land to the Hamas-Fatah Alliance.

By the way… George Soros funds J-Street.

Haaretz reported:

A J Street poll published Thursday shows that 57% of U.S. Jews back a Middle East peace plan based on 1967 borders with mutually agreed-upon land swaps, while 43% opposed such a move.

According to the poll, 83% of the American Jews support a U.S.-brokered solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while 70% want the administration to offer a peace plan that proposes set borders and security arrangements.

J Street’s poll, which was conducted in mid-July among 800 American Jews, showed nearly 47% of those polled want the U.S. to vote against recognizing a Palestinian state in the UN, as opposed to 34% who support recognition, and 18% which are hesitant of American recognition.

The Palestinian public is similarly cautious about the upcoming vote. In a recent poll administered by The Israel Project, only 37% of the Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank said they believe the UN action will bring an independent state closer to fruition, while 16% believed it will set it back, and 44% said it will make no difference.

The J Street poll showed that most U.S. Jews still support U.S. President Barack Obama. However, it also revealed that only 44% of U.S. Jews approve of the way he is handling the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

According to J Street, 60% of U.S. Jews approve of Obama’s job in office, although 66% think the country is headed in the wrong direction. Moreover, Obama leads among Jews against the two current top Republican contenders, Mitt Romney (63% to 24% ) and Michelle Bachmann (67% to 19% ).

Related… The co-founder of the Soros-Funded J-Street called Israel’s creation “An Act That Was Wrong.”

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