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October 4, 2015 10:00 am

Netanyahu: Israel’s Relationship With Russia Has Changed, No Longer Adversarial

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Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu being interviewed on CTV. Photo: Screenshot / CTV.

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo: Screenshot / CTV.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel wants to avoid an adversarial relationship with Moscow and is unsure how Russia’s recent military intervention in Syria will affect the situation there.

Netanyahu, in an interview recorded for broadcast on Sunday on “CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS,” did not join the United States and other NATO nations in criticizing Russia’s taking military action in Syria.

Read full story at Reuters.

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  • Jeffery Saddlemire

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, you are deceived! Do Not Be Deceived.

  • Eric R.

    Why should Netanyahu denounce Russian activity in Syria or Ukraine? Both countries have long histories of psychotic, genocidal Jew-hatred.

    The Almighty is giving these countries what they deserve.

  • Jonah

    It would greatly behoove mother Russia, in the eyes of God, not to step on the toes of the Israelis. Russia and Israel have a common enemy. Issil….the L meaning leviathan. Is Issil a leviathan created and perpetrated by the liberal media?…..and those government leaders who are amassing fortunes assisting them? Their eggs are hatching in every masque in the world and soon will be causing mayhem and destruction in every city on this earth. It seems they are protected by the western legal system and those that are arrested are those that stand against it. The leviathan intends to swallow the entire planet….the indigestion of Russia and China may lead to its end.