Israeli Prime Minister bibi Netanyahu will meet in Washington today with President Barack Obama – in their first meeting in seven months.
Arutz Sheva reported that Netanyahu will talk to Obama about the current tensions between Israel the Palestinian Authority, and is also expected to ask Obama not to cooperate with Iran as part of the campaign against the Islamic State (aka ISIS), reports IDF Radio.
Iran is ready to work with the United States and its allies to stop Islamic State terrorists, but would like to see more flexibility on Iran’s uranium enrichment program, senior Iranian officials told Reuters.
Netanyahu arrived in the United States Monday and gave a speech at the United Nations General Assembly. He criticized the international community and claimed that it had been hypocritical when it criticized Israel for its war on Hamas, at the same time as it was taking action against ISIS.