Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a video speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference. In his speech, Netanyahu criticized the Palestinian Authority calling for it to stop the incitement: “We teach peace to our children and it’s time the Palestinian Authority do the same.”







Netanyahu’s speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference

Netanyahu’s speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a video speech today (Monday) at the AIPAC Policy Conference, stating that both the US and Israel are currently fighting against radical Islamic terrorism. Netanyahu even criticized the Iran nuclear deal and called to completely eliminate ISIS. “Israel is committed to working with President Trump to advance peace with the Palestinians and with all our neighbors,” stated Netanyahu. “I want to thank the President for his strong support of Israel.”

Netanyahu began his speech by emphasizing the strong bond between Israel and the US, stating that the two countries must ensure that militant Islam is defeated. “We confront the same enemies and we defend the same values,” continued Netanyahu. “These are the things that bring Americans and Israelis together and so does the pursuit of peace. Israel’s hand and my hand is extended to all our neighbors in peace.”

“We teach peace to our children and it’s time the Palestinian Authority do the same,” said Netanyahu. “It must stop teaching hatred to its children. It must stop paying terrorists. It must stop denying our legitimacy and our history. It must above all, once and for all, recognize the Jewish state.”