Netanyahu meets Putin in Moscow
On arrival in Moscow Monday for his meeting with President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister said in his opening remarks: “We have to stand up to murderous ideologies in a timely and forceful way.” Turning to the Russian president, he said: “That is our mission and that is what I would like to discuss with you.” Speaking to reporters shortly before his departure, Netanyahu said he and Putin would discuss what he called “Iran’s relentless efforts to establish a military presence in Syria, which we strongly oppose and are also taking action against.” The two leaders met outside Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center and then went in for the opening of an exhibit on the 1943 uprising at the Nazi death camp in Sobibor. Netanyahu and Putin meet and talk by phone periodically. Their last meeting was in August.
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There is no need (anymore) of the West Bank and “palestinians” legends, pan-Arab movement is dead, it is like Arafat never existed. Bulshit does not survive long, ever!
Yeah right, but the pan-israel movement is alive and well