U.S. and Israel agree on Iran to not possess nuclear weapons but disagree on how to stop them

According to the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel and the U.S. agree that Iran should not have its hands on nuclear weapons, but they hold a disagreement as to how to stop the Islamic Republic. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference in Washington reports wrongly about the ending relations between Israeli and the U.S. government.

Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu said, “I deeply appreciate all that President Obama has done for Israel: security cooperation, intelligence sharing, support at the U.N., and much more; some things that I, as prime minister of Israel, cannot even divulge to you because it remains in the realm of the confidences that are kept between an American president and an Israeli prime minister.”

Netanyahu’s speech to Congress is going to be a controversial one as he wants to highlight the dangers set by Iran. According to John Kerry, Netanyahu’s decision to talk and discuss with Iran may not be correct.

Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. told the AIPAC audience: “The U.S.-Israel partnership transcends politics and it always will. The United States of America will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. Period.”