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Reactions To Obama - Netanyahu Meeting

Gauging Views of U.S. Expats in Israel

Harvey Schwartz at IsraCast Studios (© IsraCast)

How are U.S. expats in Israel reacting to the May 18th Obama-Netanyahu meeting in Washington? An interview with Harvey Schwartz, chairman of the American Israeli Action Coalition (AIAC), which seeks to serve as a united voice for an estimated 250,000 Americans living in Israel.

The May 18th meeting in Washington between US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to be scrutinized and analyzed.

Curiously, the media has yet to sample the reaction of expatriate United States citizens currently living in Israel.

How do they feel about the meeting, and what, in their eyes, might the Obama administration’s Iran Engagement Policy, and the President’s soon-to-be-unveiled peace plan, bode for Israel, her security, and her capital, Jerusalem, in the short and long term?

Today, on this observance of Jerusalem Day, IsraCast's Mordechai I. Twersky interviews a prominent New York attorney who moved with his family to Israel nearly two years ago. Harvey Schwartz chairs the American Israeli Action Coalition, or AIAC, which seeks to serve as a united voice for an estimated 250,000 Americans living in Israel.

 

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