Netanyahu tells ministers not to talk to Trump’s people


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Cabinet Secretary Tzachi Braverman has sent a letter to ministers instructing them not to make any contact with the nascent Trump administration, the Walla news website reports.

ed note–again, as in the story involving Netanyahu declining to visit Trump prior to the inauguration, the question that must be asked is–WHY?

Netanyahu knows he is dealing with an entirely different creature with Trump, knows that all Trump’s pandering to Israel and to Jewish interests means nothing and that all the ‘normal rules’ as far as Judaic control of American elected officials do not apply in this case. There simply has never been a case similar to this, of a sitting PM telling his people not to have any contact with a new administration, and if those who consider themselves ‘experts’ in this movement fail to see the significance of this development, then perhaps you shouldn’t quit your day job in the hopes of being a professional analyst of modern day political events.

Times of Israel

The letter instructs ministers to run any contact through the Prime Minister’s Office or the Israeli Embassy in Washington.

A copy of the letter is tweeted by reporter Tal Shalev.

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Tal Shalev ✔ @talshalev1
Netanyahu orders ministers not to make any contact w @realDonaldTrump administration without coordination w PMO or @AmbDermer https://twitter.com/talshalev1/status/800708826014093312
6:37 AM – 21 Nov 2016
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Earlier this week, the Breitbart website published a letter written by Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel to Steve Bannon, who is Trump’s chief strategist, thanking him for his support of Israel.

Bannon has been roundly condemned by many Israeli and Jewish groups for his alleged support of the white nationalist alt-right movement.

On Sunday night, Bannon was scheduled to appear at a New York gala hosted by the Zionist Organization of America, where Education Minister Naftali Bennett gave a speech. However, Bannon did not show up at the event.

Last week, Netanyahu instructed his government not to speak publicly about the election, though several ministers have praised Trump in the media for his supposed support for Israeli activity in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, as well as his promise to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem.

  1. #1 by SHAFAR NULLIFIDIAN on 11/21/2016 - 9:43 am

    Here’s an idea! How about nobody in Congress talk to the genocidal Netanyahu and his band of baby killers or their minion sayanim in AIPAC or any other Palestinian baby killing advocates.

  2. #2 by noor al haqiqa on 11/21/2016 - 10:26 am

    I would like to say I look forward to the day Nutty is blasted to where he belongs. Personally, I think he is a tad fearful of the POTUS elect.

  3. #3 by Michael Mazur on 11/22/2016 - 7:49 am

    Hmm, the security detail will need to look at line of sight vantage points out to 1km from the podium on January 20, but then I’m certain they’ve thought of that already.

  4. #4 by Michael Mazur on 11/22/2016 - 7:59 am

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    @IsraeliPM, so, you don’t want your ministers talking to the Trump govt ? I think you’re brooding on how to kill him and get away with it.
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  5. #5 by Isaac on 11/22/2016 - 7:58 pm

    Satanyahu should be mad as hell because he won’t be able to do what he has done to the other marionettes. If Trump keeps his promise, he will see that those Israel impertinences are good for “America First”.

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