What Is Benjamin Netanyahu’s Shadow Trying to Say Here?

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In this video-grab, German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gesture during a joint press conference after their cabinets held a meeting at the King David hotel in Jerusalem on February 25, 2014. Merkel arrived in Israel with her cabinet yesterday to discuss nuclear talks with Iran and to encourage Prime Minister Netanyahu to reach a two-state solution with the Palestinians.
Photo: YOAV LEMMER/AFP/Getty Images

Except for the little matter of an accidental Hitler mustache, a visit with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly went well. "We have come here with almost the whole of our new government and we wanted to show you in this way that this is indeed a very strong friendship," Merkel said, ahead of talks about Palestine and Iran's nuclear ambitions. Netanyahu was cordial enough in response, but his shadow does not seem terribly impressed with the overture. Wait til this thing gets its own Twitter account.