He's said again
that his speech for March 3 at Capitol Hill will be given as planned:
JERUSALEM – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he will travel to Washington to speak before the U.S. Congress next month despite calls to cancel his speech. [...]
Netanyahu said: "A bad deal with Iran is forming in Munich that will endanger Israel's existence. ... Therefore I am determined to go to Washington and present Israel's position before the members of Congress and the American people."
And he's absolutely right to go and speak out against these faustian pacts. It's awful that among the opposition to his speech, even the ADL's Abe Foxman is counting himself as one of those against it, proving once again he's not fit for his job. But that's why it's not people like him Israel should endeavor to please.
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