Nonie Darwish: Obama’s Legacy

PolitiChicks.comOnly the future can tell the true legacy of any president, but since 2016 will be Obama’s last year in office, many are now speculating. Below are some points from the perspective of an American who was born and raised as a Muslim in the Middle East:

  • Under the Obama presidency, Muslims, and in particular, the Muslim Brotherhood, were able to accomplish their dream of reestablishing the caliphate. Only a person familiar with Arab culture can see how much Obama’s behavior is in tune with Arab aspirations. Like Arab propaganda, Obama believes that America’s foreign policy was standing in the way of accomplishing Islamic unity under one State, even if he doesn’t endorse the budding caliphate himself.
  • Most Americans believe that Obama’s withdrawal from the Middle East was done for the purpose of avoiding war, but his withdrawal was also to get out of the way of Muslims who wanted to create their Islamic state. Egypt was the first attempt for the Islamic state, but when the Brotherhood failed in 2013, Syria quickly became the second choice.
  • Obama is the first American president who cares most about his legacy not so much in the eyes of American citizens, but more importantly in the eyes of the Arab and Muslim World.
  • Obama is the first US president who refuses to name the current enemy of the USA. That enemy is Islamic jihad and comes in the form of many Islamist groups, individuals and states that support them. Islamic jihad is winning, on the march and threatening the US daily with terror, insults, curses and calls from Muslim religious and political leaders for our annihilation. This has magnified under Obama.
  • Under the Obama presidency, the best interests of Israel were compromised.
  • Obama is the first US president who is not ashamed to appear to be putting the best interests of foreign nationals before the safety and security of his own citizens.
  • As the first African American president, Obama says he cares about improving lives of African Americans, but in reality, he has alienated them and failed to provide them with jobs and tools for true success. Promoting anger is not success.

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Nonie Darwish

Nonie Darwish is an Egyptian-American human rights activist and critic of Islam, and founder of Arabs for Israel, and is Director of Former Muslims United. She is the author of three books: Now They Call Me Infidel; Why I Renounced Jihad for America, Israel and the War on Terror, Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law, and The Devil We Don't Know: The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East . Darwish's speech topics cover human rights, with emphasis on women's rights and minority rights in the Middle East. Born in Egypt, Darwish is the daughter of an Egyptian Army lieutenant general, who was called a "shahid" by the Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser,[3] after being killed in a targeted killing by the Israeli Defense Forces in 1956. Darwish blames "the Middle Eastern Islamic culture and the propaganda of hatred taught to children from birth" for his death. In 1978, she moved with her husband to the United States, and converted to Christianity there. In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks, she has written on Islam-related topics.

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