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>> Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who on Sunday summoning the ambassadors of 11 nations to meet with him after the passage of a UN resolution condemning Israeli settlements. Those summoned include the American Envoy after the US abstained from the security council vote rather than exercise its veto to protect an ally.
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Netanyahu, enraged, calling out the US secretary of state by name.>> Over decades, American administrations and Israeli governments have disagreed about settlements. But we agreed that the Security Council was not the place to resolve this issue. And as I told John Kerry on Thursday, friends don't take friends to the security council.
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>> Israeli settlements on lands where Palestinian arabs hopes to one day claim a state of their own remain a key sticking point in efforts to broker peace between the two sides. Sunday's bitter remarks capping off a frosty eight year relationship between US President Barack Obama and Netanyahu. The leaders clashed openly over a landmark agreement aimed at curtailing Iran's nuclear program.
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Netanyahu on Sunday saying he was looking forward to working with the new incoming American administration when it takes office next month.