Netanyahu to discuss Iranian nuclear issue with Trump

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will discuss with US President Donald Trump the Iranian nuclear issue and Tehran’s “aggression in the region,: he said Saturday night as he departed with his wife for Washington. The prime minister made no mention of Iran’s military entrenchment in Syria and Lebanon. The meeting with the US president is scheduled for Monday. The next day, he will address the annual conference of the Israel lobby AIPAC. On Friday, Netanyahu and his wife Sarah underwent separate police interrogations in connection with allegations that benefits were approved for the businessman Shaul Elovitch in return for favorable coverage by the Walla news site which he owns.

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4 thoughts on “Netanyahu to discuss Iranian nuclear issue with Trump

    • Mar 4, 2018 @ 13:29 at 13:29
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      Wrong Yonathan.
      Iran was mostly Persians, though some in Iran today act like Amalek did centuries ago.

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  • Mar 5, 2018 @ 7:15 at 7:15
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    Clearly another step to disengagement from Obama’s disastrous Iran Deal. More important to secure support from the US should Israel need attack Iran’s cities in response to attacks by Iran’s surrogates in Syria and Lebannon. And to let the Russians know that the Israelis can count on major US support in a War with Iran.
    The Iranians need understand the US will not allow the Russians to come to their aid when making war agaisnt Israel.

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    • Mar 5, 2018 @ 9:55 at 9:55
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      Straight out – iran needs to be curtailed one way or the other. They are there with clear and definite intent to harm Israel and they need to be taken out. The drone incursion proved that they have no good intentions whatsoever, so its only a matter of time. I hope they are vaporized.

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