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Thursday, March 21, 2013

MIDDLE EAST | After four years of difficult relationship Obama proclaimed Jerusalem its "eternal and unbreakable covenant with Israel '


Ninety meters of red carpet the President of Israel, Shimon Peres , and a government (appointed just two days ago) received at the Ben Gurion airport to Barack Obama at the start of his first visit as U.S. president .Before leaving for Jordan, the president will meet today and tomorrow with top Israeli and Palestinian leaders in Jerusalem and Ramallah. "How are you friend? 'm excited.'s good to be here , "said Peres Obama getting off of Air Force One and before hearing the songs and greeting the ministers and representatives of the various religions in Israel. A wide smile accompanied him in a ceremony in which he called for peace in the area noting the "eternal and unbreakable covenant with Israel" and its past: "The Jewish people live here after 3,000 years. descendants of Abraham and Sarah meet their dream of owning their destinations." For an hour, the cameras have captured the efforts of Obama and Netanyahu ( in the last four years have had a difficult relationship ) to show an idyllic relationship. Have spared no words, hugs and laughter for that purpose. In this environment, U.S. President whispered to Netanyahu: "It's good to be here?? a while away from the Congress." could not help the Israeli a laugh perhaps thinking the same in the atomized Knesset (parliament) in Jerusalem. The main goal of Obama in the early hours in Israel is to restore thedifficult relations with Netanyahu and the Israelis conquer not profess the same admiration as to George W. Bush or Bill Clinton. "The United States was the first country to recognize Israel in the UN. Now I say again: our alliance is eternal. United States is proud to stand by your side as your strongest ally and best friend , "said Obama, who has dared with a Hebrew phrase: "It's good to be here." As a senator, visited Israel in 2008. "You chose Israel as first visit abroad in your second term.'re The leader of the United States, the world's largest democracy and choose to come toour small but no less vibrant democracy in the heart of the Middle East and the only country Jew, "Netanyahu told you before adding:" I just want to tell you and the American people: thank you. Thanks for being supporting Israel in this time of historic change in the Middle East. Thanks for supporting the right of the Jewish people to have the State , to defend against any threat and support Israel in the UN." Peres has been defined as "historic friend of Israel and the Jewish people." "America and Israel are different in size, but equal in destination. 's people Israel wants you to feel at home." Obama visited the defensive battery Iron Dome (Kipat Barzel)transferred to the airport for the occasion. It is a system that neutralizes rockets medium and long range and has already been used successfully to projectiles fired from Gaza into southern Israel. The Chief of Staff, Benny Gantz, Obama explained the characteristics of a battery that would not today without U.S. economic aid. Before a working dinner, Obama and Netanyahu granted a press conference in which the speeches and smiles to door will be changed by serious messages about the stalled peace process with the Palestinians, the Iranian nuclear program and the bloody civil war in Syria. The Palestinian leadership, meanwhile, awaits Obama in Ramallah on Thursday to ask him to pressure Netanyahu and freeze construction in West Bank settlements to return to negotiations with Israel.

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