The name Barack (also spelled Barak, Barac, and Baraq) represents two distinct Arabic and Hebrew given names, one derived from the Semitic root B-R-K, the other from B-R-Q.

B-R-Q in Hebrew ( ברק‎, Bārāqmeans “lightning”.  Do you remember what Jesus said in Luke 10:18?:

“I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.”

B-R-Q in Arabic (بُراق‎, Burāq) means “to shine”, “to gleam”, “to lighten”, and “to open widely”.

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Burāq (Arabic: البُراقal-Burāq “lightning”) is the horse that purportedly carried Muhammad from Mecca to Jerusalem and back during the so-called Night Journey that took place 10 years after Muhammad became a self-declared prophet, during the 7th century.

Buraq17th-century Indian Mughal miniature of a buraq, which is almost always portrayed with a human face in far-eastern and Persian art (Wikipedia)

In other words, the president of the United States of America has the name of an imaginery Muslim horse. (H/t Deseret News)

Correction:

Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim stalking horse.

No wonder the anagram of “President Barack Obama” is “An Arab backed imposter”! Try the anagram for yourself:

P R E S I D E N T B A R A C K O B A M A

A N A R A B B A C K E D I M P O S T E R

obama-bows-saudi

See also:

~Éowyn

Dr. Eowyn’s post first appeared at Fellowship of the Minds.

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