No, the US Does NOT Demand A Public Condemnation. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • J Pousson
    • 15.01.14 | 06:30 (IST)

    It is only the Obama State Department that is demanding that President Netanyahu condemn publicly the statements of Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon, NOT the American People. We happen to AGREE with Minister Ya'alon's statement wholeheartedly, we endorse it, and wish it engraved in stone. John Kerry is as much an unmitigated disaster as Secretary of State of the United States as any official of the Obama Administration is an unmitigated disaster in each and every aspect of public office that can possibly be imagined. This nation will be GENERATIONS repairing the damage done to our nation, our economy, our security, and our international reputation by the totally inept, absolutely corrupt, and unconstitutionally-oriented dictatorship that is the abominable and illegitimate Obama maladministration.

    from the article: U.S. demands Netanyahu publicly condemn Ya'alon's attack on Kerry
    First published 20:53 14.01.14 | Last updated 20:53 14.01.14
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