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Israel has new friends

As Netanyahu meets Cameron, Israeli officials claim European support is not essential

By Bronwen Maddox  

Pro Israel and pro Palestine demonstrators shout at each other during a protest against the visit of Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Britain, in front of Downing Street in London, Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

Israel has lots of new friends in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will tell David Cameron on Thursday morning—and while it would like European support, it doesn’t need it.


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