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Ralph Peters: Obama Could Fight Terrorism From Baptists, Israelis

By    |   Tuesday, 13 Jan 2015 10:47 PM

President Barack Obama's problem with fighting radical Islamic terrorism is that he sees Islam as an oppressed religion and can't change his mind, says retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters.

"Obama can't learn from new facts," Peters said Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "Hannity." 

"He made up his mind on Islam 30 or 40 years ago."

Obama grew up in the Muslim-majority Indonesia and was influenced by "his nutcase, left-wing mom," and leftists in Chicago, Peters said.

"I'm not trying to be sensational, but I do believe that the president romanticizes Islam, that he really sees the religion of Islam as oppressed, while he sees Christianity and Judaism as the oppressors," he said. "I think this president would have an easier time dealing with a war on terrorists if the terrorists were Southern Baptists or Israeli Jews."

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President Barack Obama's problem with fighting radical Islamic terrorism is that he sees Islam as an oppressed religion and can't change his mind, says retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters.
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