In January 2001 President Bill Clinton almost accomplished the feat of giving half of Jerusalem to the Palestine Liberation Organization. Arab sources show that Clinton’s far-reaching offer to the PLO involved an extraordinary new development: It gave the PLO almost everything it wanted, including 98 percent of the territory of Judea, Samaria, and Gaza, all of East Jerusalem except for the Jewish and Armenian quarters, Palestinian sovereignty over the Temple Mount, conceding only the right of Jews to pray there, and a compensation fund of $30 billion.
In 2009 two men entered into a clandestine agreement to deliver the West Bank and most of Jerusalem into the hands of the Palestinians by 2012. Unnamed sources have identified the two men as President Barack Obama and Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah. Why would the president of the United States abandon America’s most reliable ally in the Middle East? The answer:
Obama relayed a pledge to Saudi King Abdullah that he would take any measure to ensure an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank and Jerusalem over the next 18 months. They said Obama relayed the pledge to Abdullah during the president’s trip to Riyadh in June 2009, about four months after he assumed office, in exchange for Abdullah’s help to arrange for the end of the Taliban war in Afghanistan.