Marc Lynch discusses that the Arab media is reporting on the slight (yet still important) divide between Netanyahu and Obama on Palestinian statehood and settlements. Obama said: state, no settlements, and apparently Netanyahu wouldn't cede on either, and his facial expressions apparently showed his discontent.
This whole Iran - Israel - Palestine thing highlights such a huge difference between the Obama and Bush admins. Bush would have been out there with fiery anti-Iran pro-Israeli security rhetoric, upping the ante, creating himself another war, whereas Obama approaches it logically and rationally; the road to Iran for Israel goes through Palestine, not the other way around:
"If there is a linkage between Iran and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, I personally believe it actually runs the other way.. to the extent that we can make peace... between the Palestinians and the Israelis, then I actually think it strengthens our hand in the international community in dealing with the potential Iranian threat."