US official: Israel needn't worry about in Obama speech

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May 19, 2011 11:08

 
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US Deputy Secretary of State Jim Steinberg said of US President Barack Obama's upcoming Mideast policy speech, Israel "has nothing to worry about," in a meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon in Jerusalem on Thursday.

Addressing the unrest in the Middle East, Steinberg noted that the United States is concerned by the Syrian regime's violence against its civilian population.

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