Netanyahu to Obama at WH: Iran Sees U.S. and Israel as ‘Great Satan’ and ‘Little Satan’

Freedom’s Lighthouse

Here is video of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu telling President Obama at the White House today that Iran sees the U.S. as the “Great Satan” and Israel as the “Little Satan” because the two countries are united by shared values. Netanyahu defended Israel’s right to act in her own defense and national interests if threatened by Iran.


Obama looks rather uncomfortable when Netanyahu tells him Iran views the U.S. as the “Great Satan” and Israel as the “Little Satan.”

Update: Grumpy Obama Meets With Netanyahu For First Time Since Bashing the Israeli Leader in France.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Barack Obama today for their first meeting since it was revealed by a French news agency that Obama cannot stand dealing with the current Israeli leader…

Update 2: “Make them pay for their crimes”: Hacker group Anonymous issues chilling warning to Israel conference

The hacker collective known as Anonymous on Sunday took credit for crashing the website of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the same day it released a chilling video declaring the pro-Israel group its “enemy.”

The AIPAC website went down about an hour before President Barack Obama took the stage at organization’s annual policy conference in Washington, D.C., around the same time the group’s Twitter account said in a post: “Gosh, the AIPAC website sure looks TANGO DOWN to us. Wonder why?”

Several hours later, Anonymous released a video calling for “an occupation of AIPAC and the destruction of their websites.”…

Update 3: Cantor: Obama Sends Mixed Messages on Israel

Update 4:  Earlier this evening Prime Minister Netanyahu delivered a speech to AIPAC. Freedom’s Lighthouse has video: Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Makes the Case Against Iran: “I Think It’s Time We Start Talking about the Cost of NOT Stopping Iran!” – Video 3/5/12

Update 5: Bibi Netanyahu’s Full Speech at AIPAC. Just posted at The Right Scoop

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