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As Americans and world leaders alike struggle to understand President Obama’s final and open abandonment of long-time Middle East ally, Israel, at the United Nations last week, controversial radio talk show host and former U.S. Congressman Joe Walsh says he has the answer.

Walsh, no stranger to the firestorms caused by tweeting, says he believes Obama’s “secret” faith serves to explain his hatred of Israel.

Walsh says the president is a Muslim.

Admitting that the statement makes the GOP, his radio station and sponsors “uneasy,” Walsh goes a step further in claiming that his belief is held by many members of Congress and in the media, who are afraid to express their opinion publicly for fear of repercussions.

Last week, Obama instructed his Ambassador to the U.N., Susan Rice, to abstain from the Security Council’s vote to condemn Israeli’s building of settlements in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, sending a clear signal to other nations that the U.S., at least for the next three weeks, no longer defends Israel from its critics.

Although Obama has steadfastly claimed to be Christian, his empathetic connection with the Muslim faith has been on display since well before he entered politics.

School records from his childhood in Jakarta list his faith as “Islam,” and his reflection that, “the Muslim call to prayer is one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset,” reveal his attachment to the faith, but his rare attendance at church services during his presidency after two-decades at the Black Liberation pulpit of radical Jeremiah “G**-d***ed America” Wright on the South Side of Chicago, have called his faith into question.

Walsh, himself, a one-term Congressman from Chicago, has drawn the ire of Congressman Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), a Muslim, who has demanded he be investigated by the Secret Service for tweets that were critical of the president for his support of the Black Lives Matter movement in light of attacks on law enforcement officers.

While in Congress from 2011 to 2013, Walsh was an outspoken critic of Obama for what he perceived as his abandonment of the U.S.-Israel alliance, especially after the president abruptly walked out of a White House meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, leaving him to wait in a reception room for over an hour while he had dinner with Mrs. Obama and their two daughters.

President-elect Donald Trump, who will take office on January 20, has already signaled that U.S. relations with Israel will be very different in his administration than they have been for the past eight-years.

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