Netanyahu Speaks Out

Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress today, May 24th, 2011 and was received warmly. He is a likable person and an impressive leader. Many observers were left with the impression that on the question of Israel’s border, Congress agrees with the Prime Minister rather than with Barack Obama:

The moment many US lawmakers were waiting for came toward the end ofIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu‘s speech Tuesday to a joint session of Congress. “Israel will not return to the indefensible boundaries of 1967,” he said, to a vigorous burst of cheers and applause.

Later he gave an exclusive interview to Sean Hannity. One of the interesting facts that he shared was that of the 7,000,000 people living in Israel, 1,000,000 are Muslims. They are Muslims who enjoy the freedom that Israel has to offer. Netanyahu reminded Hannity that Israel and the USA share common bonds and that one of the bonds is the shared love of freedom.

Below is a video of his comments on why Arab nations must not be allowed to have nuclear weapons.


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One Response to Netanyahu Speaks Out

  1. Vadim says:

    Fantastic post.


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