Netanyahu arrives in US to oppose Iran nuclear dealThings are about to heat up in Washington as Israel and the US are bracing this week for the most strained moment in relations since Barack Obama came to power, after the Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, arrived in Washington on Sunday night to urge Congress to oppose a nuclear deal with Iran. According to reports More than 30 Democrats threaten to boycott Israeli prime minister’s planned speech in Congress. “I feel deep and sincere concern for the security of Israel’s citizens and for the fate of the state and of all our people,” Netanyahu stated as he was leaving for the US.. “I will do everything in my power to ensure our future.” Netanyahu will address the American Israel public affairs committee (Aipac) on Monday, before delivering his speech to Congress on Tuesday. FULL REPORT