Israeli PM vows to carry on with his policies despite pressure
October 29, 2014 - 17:14 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net - Israel's Prime Minister says personal attacks on him from the United States are merely because he is "defending Israel."
Benjamin Netanyahu's remarks to parliament on Wednesday, Oct 29, were followed a report in The Atlantic this week in which unidentified U.S. officials lambasted the Israeli PM for his settlement policies.
Netanyahu says those who attack him don't have Israel's best interests in mind and do so "only because I defend Israel."
He vowed to carry on with his policies despite the pressure.
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