In an interview with Arutz Sheva, former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. and France, Dr. Meir Rosen, said that the goal of Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu’s speech at the United Nations, and his talks with senior U.S. Administration officials in Washington, was not a simple one to achieve, as the world would like to believe that taking a more conciliatory approach to Iran encourages the regime there.
"The world wants quiet, and they want it even at the sacrifice of Israel," Rosen Said.
The former ambassador said that during both his speech and during his discussion, the Prime Minister put emphasis on several basic points, which he literally repeated over and over.
“The first point was that for 191 countries, the problems were external issues, like human rights or energy. But Netanyahu emphasized that for Israel the problem was existential. And none of us should forget that fact, either,” Rosen said.