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June 15 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama clashed so often and so publicly with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the first 16 months of his tenure that one Israeli newspaper reported Netanyahu believed Obama wanted a confrontation to improve U.S. ties to the Arab world.
Then on May 31 came a moment that former U.S. Ambassador Martin Indyk says showed the real nature of Obama’s policy toward Israel: the deadly raid on an aid flotilla bound for Gaza that unleashed a torrent of international criticism and a move in the United Nations to censure the Jewish state.
Originally posted by ghostsoldier
Can you blame him, you guys look pretty crappy to the Arab world - I'm sure he did you a service.
But I agree alot of his policy is continuance of basically every presidents policy you guys have had since JFK.
"If we are wise, we must leave this country to its people, whose dislike for us is increasing,