Israel eager to put rift with Obama over Iran deal in past, Netanyahu says

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October 4, 2015 17:15

 
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The rift between the United States and Israel over the Iran deal is in the past, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Fox News over the weekend.

The premier explained that the two countries must now work together to contain Tehran’s aggression in the region and ensure its compliance with the deal to curb its nuclear program.

“President [Barack] Obama has said that he is committed to preventing dangerous weapons coming into the hands of Iran's proxies, that he wants to prevent Iran from destabilizing countries in the Middle East,” Netanyahu said.

“There is no better partner for that than Israel,” said Netanyahu, who spoke extensively with Greta Van Susteren on Friday. He made similar statements to CNN in an interview that will air on Sunday.


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