Every democratic nation in the world thrives because of one fundamental principle underlying democracy – people will always vote for the party that guarantees national security and promises prosperity and dignity. However, quite paradoxically, Democrat voters in America have shown the opposite. They have voted a party which has already signaled that their priorities will be normalizing relations with Iran by re-entering into nuclear deal and lifting sanctions, while reopening funding ‘Palestinian Authority’, which actually is the window of Hamas. During President Donald Trump’s 4-years tenure, America stopped funding the ‘Palestinians’ terrorists, resulting in a tremendous economic crisis to Hamas and its blood-monger Islamist terrorists.
Immediately after the 2020 election in the US, Kamala Harris told the Arab American News, the administration of Joe Biden will reverse a number of President Donald Trump’s policies on ‘Palestine’ and the broader Middle East.
Responding to a question about US foreign policy in Palestine and the broader Middle East, Harris said: “Joe and I also believe in the worth and value of every Palestinian and every Israeli and we will work to ensure that Palestinians and Israelis enjoy equal measures of freedom, security, prosperity and democracy.”
Harris also pledged to reverse President Trump’s decision to defund relief organizations that are linked to Palestinian terrorists including Hamas. She said, “Will take immediate steps to restore economic and humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people [read Palestinian terrorists] address the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza, reopen the US consulate in East Jerusalem and work to reopen the PLO mission in Washington.
Earlier, it was reported in the media that mega-terror outfit Hamas was facing a severe financial crisis due to President Trump’s decision of defunding Palestinian terrorists, while the grants from the Arab nations and financial aid to PA had decreased since the beginning of 2020 by more than 81 percent compared to 2019, thus pushing the Palestinian Authority towards a tremendous financial crisis.
Terming Saudi Arabia’s policies as “disastrous” and “dangerous”, Kamala Harris signaled that Joe Biden would withdraw its support for Saudi Arabia too, which clearly indicated the intention of Biden-Harris of reinstating Iran into its previous position, where it was busy spreading terror throughout the Middle East and the world.
All of us are aware, Iran is a country run by a rogue regime whose notorious agenda is ‘death to America and death to Israel’. By signaling the ending of sanctions on this regime, Biden and Harris are not only jeopardizing America’s security, they are also siding with the very enemies on whom the War of Terror was declared by the United States two decades ago.
Biden-Harris administration will be a huge blessing to Iran, Hamas, Palestinian terrorists and of course, the enemies of the US and Israel, while it will compromise American interest at large as well as its national security by reviving the anti-America and anti-Semitic monsters.
At the wake of the September 11 attacks when the world was plagued by radical Islamic terrorism, the United States was the first country to declare war on radical Islamists. This ongoing war had gained significant momentum in the past 4 years, during the Trump administration, resulting in the near-demise of Islamic State and curbing of the Iranian regime’s terror afflicting the Middle East. This success reached its culmination as we watched a wave of peace treaties signed across the Middle East and several Arab nations normalizing their relationships with Israel. However, with Biden in power, Iran will gain its strength back to unleash terror in the Middle East once again. The Palestinian Authority and Palestine Liberation Organization, too, will resuscitate. Nations like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, who see America as their key ally, will definitely be taken aback by such indications made by Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, and will even feel betrayed, plunging all of the Middle East, once again, back to an uncertain trench.