Netanyahu at AIPAC: Reports of the demise of the Israeli-US relationship are wrong

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March 2, 2015 17:12

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the AIPAC annual policy conference in Washington on Monday, touting the strength of US-Israel relations despite reports of tension between the two countries over the Iran issue

"Reports of the demise of the Israeli-US relationship are not only premature, they're just wrong," he told the 16,000 attendees at the conference of the pro-Israel lobby.

"Our alliance is stronger than ever," he said.

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