Israel Asks For Help From Trump After Obama AMBUSH, He Makes 1 Phone Call and Changes EVERYTHING


After the U.N. Security Council approved a resolution Friday condemning Israel for building settlements on the occupied territories annexed after the 1967 Six-Day War, President-elect Donald Trump fired off an angry tweet:

“As to the U.N., things will be different after Jan. 20th.”


And Trump didn’t stop there. While Obama smiled to the cameras while golfing in Hawaii, Trump took immediate action and made a phone call to Egypt’s president and convinced the Egyptian government to withdraw their sponsorship of the resolution.

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According to The Washington Post, the Egyptian-sponsored resolution had demanded that Israel halt settlement activities in occupied territories claimed by the Palestinians and declared that existing settlements “have no legal validity.”


But under heavy Israeli pressure, Egypt called off a planned vote in the Security Council hours before it was to take place. In the diplomatic activity ahead of the postponement, both Netanyahu and Trump issued nearly identical statements urging the U.S. to veto the measure.

“After becoming aware that the administration would not veto the anti-Israel resolution, Israeli officials reached out to Trump’s transition team to ask for the president-elect’s help to avert the resolution,” the Israeli official said, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was discussing behind-the-scenes diplomatic activity.


On Friday, Egypt said its president had received a call from Trump in which they both agreed to give the incoming U.S. administration a chance to try and resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The call came hours after Egypt indefinitely postponed the U.N. vote.

A statement from the Egypt said the two men spoke by phone early Friday and agreed on “the importance of giving a chance for the new American administration to deal in a comprehensive way with the different aspects of the Palestinian issue with the aim of achieving a comprehensive and a final resolution.”

Wilmot Proviso at Conservative Tribune reports that in spite of all that, Obama decided not to give the new administration a chance to deal with the Israeli-Palestinian issue, abstaining on the vote when the resolution came up and thus allowing it to pass, according to The New York Times.

In other words, Egypt is apparently more willing to work with Donald Trump and Israel than the Obama administration is. I guess we shouldn’t be surprised.

“It was to be expected that Israel’s greatest ally would act in accordance with the values that we share and that they would have vetoed this disgraceful resolution,” Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon said. “I have no doubt that the new U.S. administration and the incoming UN Secretary General will usher in a new era in terms of the UN’s relationship with Israel.”

Given Trump’s actions with Israel, we have hope. And given the fact that Obama’s anti-Israel administration will be out of office soon, we have a lot more hope.

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