The spectacular failure of America’s Muslim outreach
Three years ago, President Obama set out to redefine America’s relationship with the Muslim world. In was a “new beginning”—a chance to remove the wedge President Bush and others had driven between the United States and Islam.
That approach—reaching out to Islam—has been a spectacular failure, as Caroline Glick wrote in her column last week. After Obama’s Cairo speech in 2009, my father predicted that Obama’s speech would powerfully impact prophetic events in the Middle East—including clearing the way for the Muslim Brotherhood, which would “no doubt … gain control of Egypt,” he said.
For a closer look at this incredible article from my father in 2009, as well as Caroline Glick’s insightful commentary on where this approach from the Obama administration has gotten us today, listen to today’s podcast from Jerusalem.