Diplomacy: Back at the United Nations

When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the UN General Assembly next Thursday, October 1, he will be speaking to representatives of a world that in the past listened to his dire warnings about a nuclear Iran and chose not to heed his advice.

When he stands at the podium in front of the aqua marble background, he will be addressing the representatives of Arab countries who, over the past two years, heard him talk about a confluence of Israel and Sunni Arab interests that could be harnessed to bring about regional peace, but who have done nothing to publicly move on that idea.

And he will also be speaking during prime time in Israel, delivering for the domestic audience a well-constructed, articulate oration about the threats of militant Islam, the increasing dangers of Iran, and the recalcitrance of the Palestinians.

Source: http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Diplomacy-Back-at-the-United-Nations-419056

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