Oh, to be a fly on the wall of the Oval Office Monday. When President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu square off, the future of Iran’s nuclear program, Israel’s fear of an atomic bomb-induced Holocaust and the stability of an ever-volatile region will hang in the balance.
This article originally appeared at The Atlantic. At the White House on Monday, President Obama will seek to persuade the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to postpone whatever plans he may have to bomb Iran's nuclear faci... Read Post
At a White House summit Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Obama urged Israel to refrain from attacking Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program, saying Israel should first give tough new sanctions a ch... Read Post