The critical editorials continued of the Israeli Government's past conduct towards the Obama administration.
Israel's Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu erred in the sight of many in what is commonly thought to have been an unnecessary public spat with US President Barak Obama's administration over the so-called 'red lines' for Iran regarding it's nuclear program during the height of the US presidential election campaign.
The concern is that Mr. Obama will take revenge on Netanyahu – but this reflects the child like actions that occur sometimes here in Israeli politics.
The issue is bigger than two men. There are networks of diplomatic interests more significant than personal ego here.
There will be disagreements between any two countries, but when it comes to the US Israel alliance, the friendship always endures.
America's commitment to Israel's security is huge.
It is unlikely that Obama will hold Israel hostage over Mr. Netanyahu's poor actions – but it is to be said that Mr. Obama certainly has the upper hand in the relationship for now.
Brian Bush Middle East Correspondent LeSEA Broadcasting