Netanyahu to hold talks with Cameron in London

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, accompanied by his wife Sara, departed for London on Wednesday for talks with his British counterpart on strengthening security cooperation between Israel and the UK. Before he departed, Netanyahu said: "Europe needs to support Israel, not pressure Israel and not attack Israel, but support Israel, which is the only true protection Europe has in the Middle East against surging extremist Islam."
He added that,"We are prepared to act together with Europe in Africa and other places to fight extremist Islam but this requires a change of approach. This change will take time but we will implement it. This will be one focus of my talks with David Cameron." 
Meanwhile, some 300 demonstrators waving flags and "Free Palestine" banners staged a noisy protest in central London against Netanyahu's two-day visit to Britain.

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