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After Obama Admin Leaves Israel For Dead…Bibi Responds In The Most EPIC Way!

Tensions are rising regarding the Middle-East peace process, but the fiery talk is not between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Instead, American and Israeli officials are publicly at odds with one other.

Following the passage on Monday of a United Nations resolution condemning Israeli settlements along the West Bank and East Jerusalem and President Obama directing the US ambassador to the UN to abstain from voting, Israeli leaders appeared on multiple television shows and aired the accusation that the United States not only abstained rather than vetoed the resolution, but that the US also orchestrated the resolution from behind the scenes.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claims to have “incontestable evidence” of US involvement that he plans to share with President-elect Donald Trump after his inauguration.

Secretary of State John Kerry spoke publicly about the abstention decision Wednesday. Kerry put the blame squarely on the Israelis by suggesting that increased settlement on the part of the Israelis puts the two-state solution to peace in the region “in serious jeopardy.”

Netanyahu responding promptly, expressed his “deep disappointment” with Kerry’s speech and his assertion that Israel is to blame for the lack of peace.

Israelis do not need to be lectured about the importance of peace by foreign leaders,” Netanyahu said. He argued that the UN resolution and subsequent events reflect a “radical shift” in American foreign policy toward Israel.

Netanyahu reflected on the decades long support the two countries have shared despite their “differences of opinion.” He said he “looks forward to working with President-elect Donald Trump and members of Congress in both parties to ‘mitigate the damage’ caused by the resolution and added that the outgoing Obama administration will not cause further harm to Israel ‘it its waning days.”

Friends need to tell each other the hard truths,” Kerry said as he denied any US involvement in crafting or promoting the resolution. He claimed that the abstention was in line with other UN votes the US cast.

President-elect Donald Trump voiced his support for Israel in the days since the resolution was first introduced.

We cannot continue to let Israel be treated with such total disdain and disrespect,” Trump tweeted. “They used to have a great friend in the U.S., but not anymore. The beginning of the end was the horrible Iran deal, and now this (U.N.)! Stay strong Israel, January 20th is fast approaching!

Source: The Blaze

 

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