Everyone in the Middle East Hates John Kerry

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.


Israelis, Palestinian Arabs, Egyptians, Jordanians and Syrians may not be able to agree on all that much… but they all agree on hating John Kerry.

Whether you’re Jewish, Christian or Muslim, the one thing that brings you together is hating John Kerry.

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Here are Egyptians burning pictures of John Kerry depicted with a Muslim Brotherhood beard.

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Here are Israelis protesting John Kerry’s pro-terrorist policies.

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And declaring him persona non-grata in Israel.

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Here are Jordanians protesting against Kerry. Ironically they’re from the Muslim Brotherhood, which is a group that Obama has recklessly pandered to.

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And here are Palestinian Arabs protesting Kerry.

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Considering how recently Kerry took the job, it’s a real tribute to his diplomatic acumen that he has managed to alienate so many people and make so many sides in the Middle East hate him.

Perhaps Kerry really will bring peace as the different sides find a common point of agreement on opposing him.

  • tagfu222

    As a Vietnam Vet I hated him long before these puople.

    • Lou Hodges

      I’m the same age as you, former Navy wife, count my vote. Remember when he just popped up out of nowhere like he owned the place?

  • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

    Hating him is one thing … but it is worse, those pictures show they don’t respect him either. And quite rightly!

  • Dan Mesa/AZ

    “Everyone in the Middle East Hates John Kerry”…..Well, at least they got one thing right over there in that hell hole.

  • tickletik

    Soooo, what you are effectively saying is that we need more John Kerry if want to bring everyone together?

    Reminds me of a line in Catriona by Robert Lewis Stevenson “they say the angels weep for men, but sometimes I think they hold their sides with laughter!”

  • Tim N

    Well we’re not all that crazy about him either.

  • blert

    A hat trick of hate.
    It’s not how the mighty have fallen…
    it’s how the flighty have risen.
    Flibbertigibbet… holds Olympic record in the medal’s toss.
    A kept man… Secretary of Status.
    The kind of ‘talent’ known to haunt years ending in ’14…
    Who replaces a ‘reset’ with a reverse.
    Droning diplo-speak to match the drone-war.
    Perfect.

  • Veracious_one

    just think…he could have been president…

  • truebearing

    Maybe a human sacrifice would finally bring peace to the Middle East! I’m sure Kerry would willingly lose his own life if he thought it would bring peace. He’s so dedicated and sincere.

  • darnellecheri

    Finally. Unity in the Middle East! Who knew it would take the gigantic arrogance of Lurch – John Kerry – to bring the unity we’ve all been waiting for.

    • Habbgun

      Please don’t defame Lurch by comparing him to John Kerry. First of all Lurch was a loyal servant. Lurch had no use for idiots while John Kerry is a useful idiot. Lurch had talent and could deftly and sensitively play the harpsichord. John Kerry is an annoying non-talent who has the sensitivity of a subway drunk. Lurch kept to himself unless summoned. John Kerry is summoned to keep to himself and never does.

      • darnellecheri

        Sincere apologies for the Lurch imagery. If he was a real person, he just might be offended.

        • Habbgun

          Yes. The Lurch I know and love would be offended. Lice and bedbugs would be offended if compared to John Kerry. Gangrene would be offended by being compared to John Kerry. Until John Kerry became Secty of State no one knew stupid walked on two legs and owned a yacht. I actually thought stupid was an adjective. My bad. Its a proper noun.

  • Raymond_in_DC

    And yet in the end it is only the Israeli leadership that feels compelled to offer public words of respect and thanks to Kerry for all his “hard work”. One by one they’re all falling in line. Even Lieberman, months after his acquittal, appears to have been “broken”, and is now in the US’ good graces.

    • Daniel Greenfield

      Lieberman was never whole and therefore couldn’t have been broken.

      • Raymond_in_DC

        I used the term as its used with wild horses. Once “broken” of its wildness and independence, the horse can be ridden according to the will of its rider. Lieberman was at least occasionally to speak the uncomfortable truths, as when he suggested Europeans focus on their own problems and failings before ragging (not his word) on Israel.

        No longer it seems. Netanyahu says “Thank you, Kerry” and everyone – Lieberman included – falls in line. Once persona non grata in Washington, Lieberman now earns praise from the State Department.

        • Daniel Greenfield

          I know, but Lieberman was always a fake.

  • Christopher Riddle

    They’ll have to get BEHIND US!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • malachha avet

    If only hate could kill, pity it can’t

  • Jerr

    I believe Kerry is brilliantly carrying out Bad Oders’s plan to bring western civilization under sharia.

  • Chiron_Venizelos

    The tenure of John Kerry is a reflection of the 0bama regime – BOTH are utter FAILURES.

  • Richard Fontaine

    We hate him here as well.