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Obama Admin Threatens Jews: We Will Abandon Israel If Netanyahu Backs Away From Two-State Solution

We heard you the first hundred times you said it.

Via i24 News:

American Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman warned Jewish leaders that if the new Israeli government under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu backs down from its commitment to a two-state solution, it would be difficult for the United States to stand-up for the Jewish state at the United Nations.

 

Speaking at a conference of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism in Washington, Sherman stated that “the US has stood up to efforts to single out Israel internationally” but that “the US will be watching closely how the new Israeli government will address the issue of the two-state solution.”

 

Sherman warned that the United States, which has stood up against efforts to single out Israel, will have a much tougher time “standing up for Israel internationally” if Netanyahu’s new government should back down from a commitment from a two-state solution.

 

Secretary of State John Kerry said in March that US President Barack Obama has has remained “committed” to a two-state solution for Israel and Palestinians.

 

“The position of the United States with respect to our long expressed hope, the Republicans and the Democrats alike (and) many presidents of the last 50 years or more, has always been for peace and President Obama remains committed to a two-state solution.”

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