A hopefully better era in Israeli-USA relations has begun
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday hailed the success of his recent talks with US President Donald Trump, calling last week’s trip to the United States he start of “a new day” in Israel’s relations with its American ally.I'd strongly advise taking note of Sweden's de facto support for Iran's hostility too. Any foreign country that goes to kneel before their mullahs is only furthering that aggressive attitude of theirs, and Sweden should be ashamed of themselves for groveling before Rouhani as they did the other week.
“The alliance between Israel and the US has always been steadfast but, I told them there and also here in Jerusalem: This alliance has become even stronger,” Netanyahu said at his first cabinet meeting since returning to Israel on Friday.
Citing his warm personal connection with Trump as well as “the common view about the dangers and opportunities in the Middle East,” Netanyahu said that during his ‘historic visit,” he and the president saw “eye to eye” on a range of issues facing the region, specifically noting the threat posed by Iranian aggression.
All that aside, it's good to see the Netanyahu/Trump meeting went over well, and let's hope it leads to forming an effective alliance in the war against jihadism.