Bloomberg ‘So Concerned’ After Obama’s Speech

In a public statement this afternoon, the mayor responds with some alarm to Obama’s speech yesterday, when he called for Israel to return to the pre-1967 borders.

Bloomberg:

“America’s commitment to Israel’s security must be unequivocal and ironclad, which is why I am so concerned that the President’s speech yesterday seemed to suggest that the United States expected Israel to make concessions that might jeopardize its safety.

“The recent agreement between Fatah and Hamas makes clear that Israel can take nothing for granted. The United States should not urge Israel to make concessions that would make its borders indefensible and put its citizens at great risk.”

 

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