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Binyamin Netanyahu and US Presidential Election

September 25, 2012 by Jesse Schmitt in Politics with 0 Comments

United States and Israel relations are already on the verge of getting lost and looks like the recent debates are making it even worse. Binyamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister ofIsraelsaid in his recent interview talking about country’s security at the first place. He said that he is worried about the possible outcome of theUnited Statesfailing to put a red dot for Iranian leaders on the subject of nuclear powers.

However, his non-violent speech couldn’t clear the air why election taking place in US should be considered as total violation of international law. Such interference is not accepted among democratic states, even if it is genuine for the leaders of one state to have tendencies regarding the identity of the selected candidate of another state.

What would the president say couple of days ahead of the elections in Israel, media people, and TV channels 10 and 22 were to hold interviews with US President in which they disapproved Israel’s actions in the West Bank and strategy to attack Iran’s nuclear program with or without the support of America, claiming that all these will contribute threat or fear in world peace or human justice?

Not just Netanyahu can ger angry, but also other citizens would feel bad that US president and the White house leaders had overstepped Netanyahu, though it would be absolutely lawful for the foreign leader to convey his misgivings to the Prime Minister personally or in an association meeting in which Binyamin would get a chance to answer back.

BinyaminNetanyahu just said in his interviews regarding setting clear red dotted lines forIran’s nuclear facilities by theUSgovernment. He had asked for the meeting with foreign leaders to happen this month that was rejected by White House officials due to lack of date. He was furious when they neglected Israeli’s demand.

Leaving rest apart, Netanyahu appears to be openly supporting the Republican Party, which has taken a quick turn to extreme and is the main concern of many modest Republican parties, such as David Cameron’s Tories andUK and Angela Merkel’s CDU.

Netanyahu and Mitt Romney share great bonding as they both worked together for Boston Consulting Group during mid 1970s. The one positive impact of Prime Minister of Israel is that in forthcoming election it’ll be much easier for him to convince to Israelis that it should repeat what it did in voting selection to15th Knesset. It is not that hard to guess that irrespective of US presidential election, Binyamin Netanyahu’s faux will still keep parting away liberal American Jewry from Israel, culturally, financially, and emotionally.

About Jesse Schmitt

Jesse Schmitt has been a journalist for almost 10 years.  She started her career at United Press International in Providence, Rhode Island and has worked as a journalist in Washington, DC, Southern California, London and New York. Since 2005, she has written the biweekly ShortCuts column for The New York Times business section. Her personal finance columns received a Best in Business award in 2011 from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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