Netanyahu’s speech to Congress
- He was not invited by the White House
- Netanyahu will not say anything bad about President Obama…
- Israel wants to attack Iran
- It will become a great threat to Israel…
The world event everyone is watching is Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress tomorrow. He was not invited by the White House. The Republicans, in fact, pushed to have him come and speak. Having the leader of Israel speak to the US Congress is viewed as a bad idea by the Obama administration…
Although Mr. Netanyahu will not say anything bad about President Obama, it’s the differences they hold about what to in the Middle East, not only with Palestine, but Iran, that has them at odds. Iran wants to continue their nuclear program. Now there’s many aspects to a nuclear program beyond having nuclear power for your country. There’s the enrichment of uranium into weapons-grade fuel. Then, there’s the missile delivery systems. And finally, the intent to use them.
While President Obama wants to continue trying to work with Iran through political channels, Israel wants to attack Iran and destroy any nuclear capabilities they have developed whether for generating power or for warfare. This is a huge point of contention. Iran has already stated that Israel should be wiped off the map. If Iran gains nuclear capabilities and weaponizes them, this is certainly a legitimate concern for Israel and something that could happen.
Most likely, Iran’s nuclear program will become a great threat to Israel as well as other countries. While Mr. Obama wants to negotiate, Iran has hidden uranium enrichment facilities from international monitors and have been getting caught at it since the early 2000s. We believe that Mr. Netanyahu’s speech, although he claims he will not offend the President, is sure to have President Obama cringing at what he has to say.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That the issue of Iran having a nuclear program has many aspects to it.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because the speech by Mr. Netanyahu will become a divisive point of contention between the U.S. and Israel.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: The individual cannot do much to change the ambitions of three strong nations.
COMMENTARY: Tomorrows speech to Congress will be nerve racking for President Obama. The Republican’s are really pushing his buttons. It will also be interesting to see the reaction from the world when Israel uses a major U.S. platform to make their point with Iran. Watch tomorrow to see this dog and pony show.