Netanyahu associates brush off Obama criticism: PM won't give in to international pressure
U.S. president reportedly expressed concern that Netanyahu was 'leading Israel into international isolation'; Likud-Beiteinu avoids accusing U.S. president of interfering with Israeli elections, slams Livni for 'recruiting the world against Israel.'
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's associates said Tuesday that he would continue to resist international pressure, defending the Israeli leader against U.S. President Barack Obama's reported remarks that he was leading the country into...
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