Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met this morning in Jerusalem with US Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met this morning in Jerusalem with US Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

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We are one people and it is clear to all of us that were it not for the sacrifice of these men & women– we would not be free in our own land
We are one people and it is clear to all of us that were it not for the sacrifice of these men & women– we would not be free in our own land
Together we bow our heads in memory of the 23,544 who fell in our nation’s battles and the thousands who were killed by murderous terrorists
Together we bow our heads in memory of the 23,544 who fell in our nation’s battles and the thousands who were killed by murderous terrorists
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s remarks at the memorial ceremony at "Yad Labanim" in Jerusalem

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s remarks at the memorial ceremony at 'Yad Labanim' in Jerusalem

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I thank all 100 US senators for standing up for Israel at the UN. #keepit100
For peace to come, this must stop.
For peace to come, this must stop.
Our soldiers are the basis of our existence. They guard us and we will guard them.
Those same diplomats would never dream of doing this in the US or UK, or in any other place.
My policy is not to meet diplomats who visit Israel and meet orgs that slander IDF soldiers and seek to put them on trial as war criminals
PM Netanyahu: Our relations with Germany are strong and important and will also continue as such.
PM: I am leading Israel's foreign relations to unprecedented growth. But based on a proud, assertive national policy, not out of weakness.
Our relations with Germany are very important and they will not be affected by this.
But PM Netanyahu will not meet with those who lend legitimacy to organizations that call for the criminalization of Israeli soldiers.
Diplomats are welcome to meet with representatives of civil society
PM Netanyahu's policy isn't to meet visitors who on diplomatic trips to Israel meet with groups that slander IDF soldiers as war criminals
Leaders of those countries would surely not accept this.
Imagine if foreign diplomats visiting the United States or Britain met with NGOs that call American or British soldiers war criminals.
Video: Meeting of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern, today in Jerusalem 🇮🇱🇦🇹

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PM Netanyahu: The only way that we can continually sustain high growth for our economies is through technology and innovation.
[email protected]: Equally, seizing the opportunities of the future is an obligation of leaders and societies. The future belongs to those who innovate.
PM Netanyahu to Austrian Chancellor @KernChri: Fighting radical terror is something that joins all of us, and is a continual obligation.
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