Only someone with their head in the ground or purposely blinding themselves from the truth can say with any honesty that the United States President Barack Hussein Obama treats Israel fairly.
Obama has been trying to dictate not only policy, but Israeli election results. This unprecedented and unabashed interference goes against all diplomatic norms and even American Law.
Apparently Obama's interpretation of "close security partnership" with Israel means that he has the right to dictate Israeli policy:
The White House, unmoved by Netanyahu’s effort to backtrack, delivered a fresh rebuke against him on Thursday and signaled that Washington may reconsider its decades-old policy of shielding close ally Israel from international pressure at the United Nations.This is outrageous!!
An official statement put out later in the day said Obama called Netanyahu to congratulate him on his election win and used the opportunity to reaffirm his commitment to a two-state solution, a longtime cornerstone of U.S. policy on the Middle East conflict.
But Obama also delivered a blunt message that underscored the seriousness of the U.S.-Israel rift. "The president told the prime minister that we will need to reassess our options following the prime minister's new positions and comments regarding the two-state solution," the White House official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest warned earlier that there would be “consequences” for Israel as the Obama administration monitors the formation of Netanyahu's new ruling coalition. (Reuters)
I think that the time has come for Israel to admit that we don't have a friend in Washington DC. It's highly recommended to read the Editorial in Commentary Magazine, A Statement on the Crisis in the U.S.—Israel Relationship.
...The president’s displeasure and rage continued to grow, to the point that a few days before the speech, no less a personage than National Security Adviser Susan Rice said it would be “destructive of the fabric of the relationship” between the United States and Israel. On the day of the speech, the Democratic Middle East operative Martin Indyk declared on CNN that it was “the saddest and most tragic day” for the relationship in all his 35 years as a water-carrier.In this case, we fear, the wish is father to the threat. Susan Rice and Martin Indyk see the relationship between Israel and the United States on a downward spiral because they and their boss want it so. Obama does not like the special status Israel seems to enjoy in the United States—not only because its particularistic and nationalist claim offends him ideologically, but because Israel’s popularity with the American people limits his freedom of action.... (Commentary)Think about it!