Netanyahu to Obama: IDF on the Jordan is Sole Security Guarantee Against ISIS for Israel, Hashemite Kingdom and Palestinians

June 2014
Israel Faxx;6/23/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 127W, p2
The article reports on the letters of Israel Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for President Barack Obama, King Abdullah of Jordan and Chairman Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority. Netanhayu's main point was that the country's armed forces are the only army in the region with the capabilities and counter-terrorism experience for standing up to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. Thus, reinforcing the rule of King Abdullah and Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah against jihadist incursions.


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