There's nothing for Bibi to discuss with Obama
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Israel's Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, according to his aid, media adviser Nir Hefetz, won't bend on the "settlement issue." Read carefully, Hefetz is his "media adviser," that means public relations, image etc. I wouldn't read much policy in that.
Bibi has already come out with lots of mixed messages about our rights to live freely in the Land of Israel. He's a PR expert, a master with words and images. The big problem is that the State of Israel isn't some toiletries or shoes to be marketed. It's a life and death issue.
Our enemies, like Jimmy Carter, are uncompromising in their demands that we have no rights to live and build Jewish life, homes, communities in Judea and Samaria. We in Israel and Jews all over the world must recognize the fact that the world doesn't care what happens to us. They didn't care seventy years ago when the Nazis persecuted and murdered Jews, and they don't care now. The war against the Nazis had nothing whatsoever to do with helping Jews. It was to stem German aggression. Germany's aim was to take over the world starting in Europe. That's what World War Two was all about. A historian like Netanyahu should know that.
There's nothing for Bibi to discuss with Obama. He should stay home and build our country! That's the best defense!