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Netanyahu Has VERY HARSH Words For Obama… He’s FINALLY Letting Loose!

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It’s no secret that President Barack Obama and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu never liked one another.

Most Israelis remain convinced Obama is a closet Muslim. And Netanyahu repeatedly sidestepped Obama and went straight to Congress on important matters.

With “Barry” just weeks away from leaving office, Netanyahu is finally letting loose on the president.

Of course, Netanyahu is a real leader, so he wouldn’t badmouth even his enemies unless provoked. And Obama sure did provoke Israel this week.

For the first time in a very long time, the US refused to veto a dangerous anti-Israel resolution at the UN. And that could have bad consequences for the Jewish state.

Obama had finally let Israel and Netanyahu know exactly what he thought of them. And so Netanyahu returned the favor.

“…yesterday, in complete contradiction of…an explicit commitment by President Obama himself in 2011, the Obama administration carried out a shameful anti-Israel ploy at the UN,” Netanyahu posted on Facebook.

At the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on Sunday, Netanyahu continued his denunciation of Obama:

“We have no doubt that the Obama administration initiated [the resolution], stood behind it, coordinated its versions and insisted upon its passage. …As I told [US Secretary of State] John Kerry on Thursday: Friends don’t take friends to the Security Council.”

Our Friends in Congress

Netanyahu insisted that Israel would prevail. And that it’s friends in America would help make that happen.

Those friends include the incoming Congress and Trump Administration.

“As I spoke yesterday with leaders in Congress and the incoming American administration, they told me unequivocally: ‘We are sick of this and it will not continue. We will change this resolution. We will not allow anyone to harm the State of Israel,'” Netanyahu wrote.

Israel might be even more excited for Trump entering office than most Americans!

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