Highly confident Iran deal will be signed, Obama invites Netanyahu to White House
Apparently highly confident that a deal with Iran will be concluded in the next two weeks, President Hussein Obama has invited Prime Minister Netanyahu to visit the White House
previously announced that a personal meeting with Netanyahu at the White
House, after the latter's re-election as Israeli prime minister, would
take place only after a final agreement between Iran and the six world
powers was signed.
Israeli officials therefore believe the Americans are convinced that
they will succeed in signing an agreement with Iran in the coming weeks,
despite the delays and difficulties that are leaked daily from the
Netanyahu's visit does indeed occur, it will take place before Congress
approves the agreement between Iran and the great powers. Obama must be
interested in the visit itself, in its success and especially the joint
statements before the cameras at its conclusion.
A negative attitude by Netanyahu regarding the agreement could make
it difficult for Obama to have the agreement with Iran passed in
Netanyahu is expected to
demand a compensation package for increasing threats facing Israel.
Among others, Netanyahu will seek to expand Israel's qualitative
military advantage on other countries in the region.
If Netanyahu had the cojones, he would say that he's not coming, or he would blast the Iran deal before he shows up. I don't expect the first alternative to happen, but the second one might.
Labels: Barack Hussein Obama, Binyamin Netanyahu, Iranian nuclear threat