Obama: Look at my record, I've been there for Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 4, 2012 18:22

 
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US President Barack Obama told the AIPAC Conference in Washington Sunday that one need not rely on his words to judge his commitment to Israel but can look at the last three years of his record in office.

"I have kept my commitments to the State of Israel," he said. "At every crucial juncture, at every fork in the road, we have been there for Israel every single time."

Noting that in a speech to AIPAC before his election to the presidency he said Israel security is sacrosanct, that it is not negotiable, Obama said that belief has guided his administration's approach to Israel.

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