Obama to U.S. rabbis: No leader wants his hands tied with Iran 'red lines'
In a conference call to 1,200 U.S. rabbis for Rosh Hashanah, the U.S. President said there was 'no daylight' between U.S. and Israel policy on Iran; meanwhile, Romney slams Obama's comment that Egypt is neither 'enemy or ally.'
In a conference call for Rosh Hashanah organized by a number of U.S. Rabbinical associations, U.S. President Barack Obama referred to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's comment about the lack of U.S. "red lines" on Iran,...
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