|A day after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's unusually caustic criticism of the US, Israel's most important ally, tensions between the two nations have risen as the feud spilled into the media. The Israeli leader chastised the US for not setting a 'clear red line' for when it would take military action to strike Iran's nuclear program. He added that the US had no 'moral right' to stop Israel from attacking Iran's nuclear program. Meanwhile, the White House has denied reports that President Barack Obama turned down Mr. Netanyahu's request for a meeting.
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