Netanyahu: I will go to Congress like I went to Paris – to speak for all Jews

Source: Haaretz
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Feb. 9, 2015 | 12:06 AM
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Prime minister says he will go anyplace he is invited to convey Israel’s position on Iran.

Netanyahu during a ceremony at the Grand Synagogue in Paris, France, January 11, 2015.

Netanyahu during a ceremony at the Grand Synagogue in Paris, France, January 11, 2015. Photo by AP

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that despite the growing criticism both in Israel and the United States, he plans to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress to lobby against a nuclear deal with Iran, just as he went to Paris last month after the attack on a kosher supermarket.

“I went to Paris not just as the prime minister of Israel but as a representative of the entire Jewish people,” Netanyahu said, during a conference for French-speaking Likud activists. “Just as I went to Paris, so I will go anyplace I’m invited to convey the Israeli position against those who want to kill us. Those who want to kill us are, first and foremost, any Iranian regime that says outright it plans to destroy us. I will not hesitate to say what’s needed to warn against this danger, and prevent it.”

In fact, before the January 11 solidarity march for the victims of the terror attacks in Paris, the Élysée Palace had asked Netanyahu not to attend the march. The French made it clear they weren’t interested in diverting public attention to controversial issues like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and that they hoped the prime minister would understand. The French feared Netanyahu would exploit the event for election campaign purposes. Indeed, Netanyahu decided to go only after hearing that both Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Economy Minister Naftali Bennett were going to attend.

Speaking to members of the France’s Jewish community, Netanyahu dwelled on the Iranian issue and argued that only he, and not his rivals, Zionist Camp leaders Isaac Herzog and Tzipi Livni, could “stand up to Iran and the international community.” He added, “I am standing up to the international pressures, and they are not small, and there are those who are surrendering to those pressures even before being elected.”

Netanyahu added that from the information he had available, the agreement evolving between Iran and the world powers was a bad one.

“I think that the proposal on the table is dangerous because under the agreement Iran could, within a short time, either break through to nuclear [weapons] or achieve nuclear capability by agreement within years, [and] to have industrial capabilities to produce many nuclear bombs,” he said. “This is life-threatening to the State of Israel and I think that it’s the obligation of every leader, or anyone who cares about Israel’s and the world’s security, to stand up in a clear and unambiguous fashion and oppose this agreement. This is what I’m doing.”

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4 Responses to Netanyahu: I will go to Congress like I went to Paris – to speak for all Jews

  1. Ilex says:

    VT is reporting that there will be a hit on his life if he comes here. I am guessing this is a psyop?

  2. Ilex says:

    Not these jews Bibi –

    http://www.worldbulletin.net/palestine/154680/500-rabbis-urge-netanyahu-to-halt-demolitions

    500 Rabbis urge Netanyahu to halt demolitions
    500 Rabbis urge Netanyahu to halt demolitions
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    500 Rabbis around the world have submitted an open letter to Netanyahu, calling on him to stop the demolition of Palestinian homes.

    World Bulletin / News Desk

    Hundreds of rabbi’s around the world from Israel, Britain and around the world have urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to stop the demolition of Palestinian homes.

    Rabbis for Human Rights (RHR) has submitted an open letter to the Israeli Prime Minister claiming his stance is not in line with “international law and Jewish tradition”.

    According to the rabbis, there has been “no representation or true ability for Palestinians to determine how to properly plan for their communities since local and district planning committees were abolished in 1971. The army plans for them.”

    In late January, the United Nations accused Israel of illegally demolishing the homes of 77 Palestinians, including many children, in East Jerusalem and the districts of Ramallah, Jericho and Hebron.
    “In the past three days, 77 Palestinians, over half of them children, have been made homeless,” said James Rawley, the UN’s Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator. “Some of the demolished structures were provided by the international community to support vulnerable families.

    “Demolitions that result in forced evictions and displacement run counter to Israel’s obligations under international law and create unnecessary suffering and tension. They must stop immediately.”
    According to The Independent, from 20 to 23 January, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) recorded the Israeli authorities’ demolition of 42 Palestinian-owned structures in the Ramallah, Jerusalem, Jericho and Hebron governorates.

    Palestinians are trapped in a vicious circle, where they build without permits to later have their homes razed to the ground. The UN’s OCHA says the planning policies applied by Israeli authorities in Area C and East Jerusalem “discriminate against Palestinians.”

  3. translimits says:

    No, he goes to represent the Zionist Jews that even clued-in Israelies despise. And he’s paving the way for more false flag lies about Iran to ignite WW3. AS Bradley Loves reminds us, we have a choice to not accept his contrived reality.

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