Netanyahu: Majority of Americans see eye to eye with us on Iran deal

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 3, 2015 14:21

 
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In a Rosh Hashana toast with Foreign Ministry employees Thursday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the majority of Americans see Iran as a threat, and despite disagreements, the United States remains Israel's closest friend and ally.

"Even in the face of disputes, Israel must be mindful of its traditional allies, chiefly the United States," Netanyahu said. "And although the majority of Americans see eye to eye with us in terms of the threat Iran poses, its important that the American public understand the fact that Iran is an enemy of the United States and openly declares it."

"Israel and the United States are allies and this understanding has important implications for our continued security cooperation," Netanyahu added. 

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