Netanyahu Convoy Leaves to Meet Obama

The Prime Minister is expected to speak with U.S. President about a resolve to stop Iran from arming themselves with nuclear weapons.

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Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's convoy left Monday morning from Manhattan to the airport enroute to Washington,  D.C. where he will meet with U.S. President Barack Obama.

Arutz Sheva's correspondants have learned that the Prime Minister is expected to address the topic of Iran with President Obama. Netanyahu has said that he does not rule out diplomatic dialogue with new Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, provided that the talks will establish real results.

Prior to his trip to New York, the media reported that Binyamin Netanyahu has new intelligence information which he intends on sharing with President Obama to prove that while Iran smiles and uses diplomatic "sweet talk", its regime is in fact continuing to accelerate their nuclear program.

Conversely, high-ranking Iranian government officials charge that Netanyhau is administering a campaign of lies, while advocating that Iran has no desire to obtain nuclear weapons and therefore renders them uncommitted to dismantle such weapons.

Obama himself will meet with Netanyahu in Washington, against a backdrop of great danger which looms over Obama's head as economic threats come from Capitol Hill.

The U.S government is less than 100 hours away from a crippling shutdown, as the Republican-led House of Representatives is bent on thwarting Obama's healthcare law before passing a budget.