Aug 30, 2015

President Obama Going Nuclear on Netanyahu: Is Israel the Right Target for America's Threats?

President Obama has leveled more criticism at the Western, democratic country of Israel than fascist dictatorships of Iran and North Korea combined. The White House stepped up its threats and rhetoric as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited America as a guest of the Republican-controlled congress. “He spat in our face publicly, and that’s no way to behave,” one Obama aide told an...

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