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His
demand that President Barack Obama declare “red lines” that would
trigger an American attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities has been
rejected in Washington and sparked a public rift between the two
leaders.

Netanyahu claims international diplomatic efforts and
economic sanctions have failed. His time at the U.N. podium gives him an
opportunity in front of the international community to press his case
once again, perhaps in a final plea before Israel takes matters into its
own hands. Israeli leaders have issued a series of warnings in recent
weeks suggesting that if Iran’s uranium enrichment program continues it
may soon stage a unilateral military strike, flouting even American
wishes.

The Obama administration has urgently sought to hold off
Israeli military action, which would likely result in the U.S. being
pulled into a conflict and cause regionwide mayhem on the eve of
American elections.

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