Your post is fair, FEND. Unfortunately, it isn’t that simple. Are there Jews who do things politically I don’t like? Yes. Are there Jews who do things politically I’m not sure whether I like? Yes. Is there an Israeli lobby? Yes. But the problem is, i had never encounter such jews in reality. I don’t see why the hatred should be overwhelming. But again, people living in other countries, like me, who have not been endured the hardship, might have not feel the pain. The Americans said, "We need a President Of the United States, not a President of the world. Let's focus on America". Fair enough. However, you can’t just back off over something you’ve started, America. In order to “spread democracy," "build nations," "waging peace," "stopping aggression," "enforcing human rights”, you’ve done a lot. Any nation that allows a criminal chief executive to use its military power to slaughter civilians in unprovoked and legally unauthorized attacks for his own personal political purposes can expect whatever the "terrorists" dish out to it. This may sound unpleasant, bitter. But an act speak for itself. The war they’ve started had actually come home in 2001. Mainly, what most Americans wanted to do was to blow the hell out of somebody or something. Simply understandable. But how they should wage the war, how they could win it, or what would constitute victory? Nothing is clear. The "Jihad Revelations," quote and Iranian leader Rafsanjani's similar words - The fact that they are willing to sacrifice millions of their own people in order to achieve the desired Second Holocaust does not make them less evil than the Nazis. If anything, it makes them morally worse. So far, I see no solution. It is not official job of Obama to unite the world, but as he’d promised to i.e -in his 27-minute speech at the gold-topped Victory Column which was interrupted by applause at least 30 times, with occasional audience chants of “O-ba-MA!” , Bear It. *I didn’t see anything to entitle him a Nobel Peace award.* But, I am a Malaysian who barely cares for a U.S president's productivity. All i care is the peace of the world. The right word is i am concern.