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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized the Obama administration's recent decision to abstain during a United Nations vote condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, in a Facebook post that went viral.

Netanyahu posted a picture of then-Sen. Obama (D-Ill.) visiting Jerusalem's holy Western Wall site on a trip to the Jewish State, and wrote that eight years later his administration failed to stop the UN from considering that place "occupied territory."

"Seriously?" Netanyahu wrote after comparing the two events.

Netanyahu's spokesman told Sandra Smith earlier this week that he has proof of "deep collusion" between the Obama administration and the parties who created the resolution.

The Egyptians also reportedly had involvement in the resolution's drafting.

Also on Wednesday, Netanyahu criticized Secretary of State John Kerry and praised President-elect Donald Trump on the issue of Israel's claim to the disputed areas.


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