Saturday, September 8, 2012 and agencies
Said Mike Rogers, chairman of the Intelligence Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives, the occurrence of sharp altercation between Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister and Dan Shapiro, the U.S. ambassador to Israel during a meeting held last August, about to strike at the Iranian Alnuelh installations.
The news agency “Reuters”, Friday, Rogers made his first public comment on the meeting, which was held in Israel in an interview with Radio “podcasts. J.. R.” in Michigan.
Rogers said that if the United States does not appear to Israel more clarity about what it sees as “red lines” regarding Iran’s nuclear program, Israel may be a blow to Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Rogers said in his comment, “The lack of clarity on the position of the United States of those issues raised a lot of problems and anxiety, which I think does not help the world and peace.”
It is noteworthy that the newspaper “Yediot Aharonot” was the first mention of a quarrel between Netanyahu and Ambassador Shapiro.
In an interview with an Israeli television station, Shapiro denounced Israeli newspaper novel argument that took place behind closed doors as “a very silly story,” do not reflect what actually happened in the meeting that the talks were “friendly and professionalism.”