American journalist RALPH PETERS paid attention to Obama's Cairo speech and this is what he heard:
(1) There is no more terrorism. Wow, cool! It's unclear which side won, but it's all over. Obama didn't mention terrorism a single time. Only a few "violent extremists" (our own troops?) remain at large.
(2) America tortured. No regime in the Middle East tortures anybody, ever. Our bad.
(3) Since "Islam has a proud tradition of tolerance" and there are "over 1,200 mosques within our borders," I can't wait for the first Baptist hymn-sing in Riyadh. And stoning converts who leave Islam to death is a no-no, right?
(4) "Islam has always been a part of America's story." Guess the Founding Fathers missed that one. But I'm assured that George Washington turned to his mullah in the dark days at Valley Forge and that al Qaeda stood by us at the Alamo.
(5) Aren't those pesky Jews ever going to go away? Yes, denying the Holocaust is "hateful." But let's get a grip. Palestinians "endure . . . daily humiliations." Their lot's "intolerable." Israel "devastates Palestinian families." No wonder our president shunned wicked Israel during his trip - sending a clear, if unspoken, message that Jews are now fair game.
(6) Iran can have nukes. Our president's acceptance of "peaceful nuclear power" for Tehran was coded language for "no pre-emptive military action." Obama made America the guilty party, as if, on 9/11, crazed Presbyterians had attacked Mecca.