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September 17, 2015 9:59 am

Netanyahu Says Campaign in Congress Against Iran Deal Didn’t Harm US-Israel Relations

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Prime Minister Netanyahu addresses Congress on the Iranian nuclear threat. Photo: Screenshot.

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said the battle he waged in Congress against the Iranian nuclear deal did not harm U.S.-Israel relations. Photo: Screenshot.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that the battle he waged in the United States Congress against the nuclear agreement with Iran had served Israel’s interests and not harmed the country’s relations with the U.S.

The prime minister’s comment came after the announcement that he would be meeting with President Barack Obama in the White House in November.

Read full story at Haaretz.

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  • rbockman

    Doesn’t matter. Does anyone think that Israel’s PM would not speak up for his people, his country?

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