Mr.Barack Obama’s requests to Mr.Netanyahu, for resisting Strikes on Iran.

Mr.Barack Obama’s requests to Mr.Netanyahu, for resisting Strikes on Iran.

Washington : DC : USA | Mar 06, 2012 at 5:41 AM PST
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President Mr. Obama.

Just because of Israel’s warning of possible military strike, US President Mr. Barack Obama urged Prime Minister Mr. Netanyahu at the White House on Monday.

As the request was just to provide diplomacy as well as economic sanctions and to work before resorting to military action.

An official said that Israel had not made a decision on striking Iran, but expressed deep skepticism over the threat.

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