U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet in November to discuss the Iran nuclear deal as well as other regional security issues, the White House said on Wednesday.
The Nov. 9 White House meeting will be the first for the two leaders since U.S.-led diplomacy resulted in an Iran nuclear deal that Israel fiercely opposed. (Reuters)
“Al-Aksa is ours and so is the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. They have no right to desecrate them with their filthy feet. We won’t allow them to do so and we will do whatever we can to defend Jerusalem,” Abbas said in his Ramallah office during a meeting with east Jerusalem activists.(Jerusalem Post)Yoohoo, have you heard any international condemnations of Abbas? Where's the pope and other Christian leaders? And what about international human and religious rights activists, have they responded or reacted? Nope, they're too busy condemning Israel for defending Jews.
Back to my original question in the title:
"Why has Obama Invited Bibi?"Obama has definitely not invited Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu out of a sincere friendship and admiration for the State of Israel. We all know that those are oxymorons if connected to the name Barack Hussein Obama. There can only be one reason. The Obama has been forced to try to mend fences with the Israeli leader who has been unabashed in his condemnation of the Obama-supported deal with Iran. Although the next U.S. Presidential Elections are in a year, polls are showing the Democrats behind, and the American public agrees with Netanyahu, not Obama when it comes to Iran and the "deal." So, for the sake of the future of the Democratic Party, Obama must swallow his pride and make some sort of "peace" with Netanyahu.
This looks like a very interesting Presidential Election is heating up in the United States of America.