Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem August 2, 2015. REUTERS/Gali Tibbon/Pool
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hit out at "disinformation" from supporters of the Iran nuclear deal Tuesday, personally calling on U.S. Jewish groups to thwart the White House-backed agreement.In a webcast hosted by Jewish American groups and broadcast to 10,000 people, Netanyahu hit out at unnamed opponents who misrepresented the deal and Israel's stance against it. Netanyahu has infuriated the White House by actively opposing what Obama sees as a way to avoid a military conflagration with Iran and a signature foreign policy achievement of his presidency.But Netanyahu insisted the dispute is "not about me and it is not about President Obama, its about the deal. Obama is himself expected to host Jewish leaders at the White House later Tuesday.
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