‘Seriously?’ Netanyahu uses 2008 photo of ‘presidential candidate Obama’ to call him out on Facebook

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to social media to call out President Obama in a post that has gone viral.

Netanyahu posted to Facebook on Wednesday in his ongoing criticism of the administration for abstaining from a United Nations resolution condemning Israel for its settlement activity in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

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With a picture of then-Sen. Obama visiting Jerusalem’s holy Western Wall in 2008, Netanyahu then noted that eight years later the same man allowed the U.N. to call the Western Wall “occupied Palestinian territory.”

“Seriously?” the prime minister wrote.

Earlier this week, Netanyahu’s spokesman slammed the U.S. for not opposing the “gang-up” against Israel and a report citing a “leaked transcript” pointed to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry‘s involvement of the snub of Israel.

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Countless comments were made on Netanyahu’s Facebook post, with words of support and encouragement.

Image: Facebook/Benjamin Netanyahu

The post had garnered over 44 thousand “likes” since it was added.

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