Barack Obama’s White House and State Department deny they had anything to do with the U.N. resolution condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

But are they telling the truth?

Explosive new reports may have provided evidence they are lying.

Many Americans were shocked when the United States abstained from voting on an Egyptian Security Council resolution condemning the Israeli settlements.

Some critics noted there was no chance these events would have played out as they did without U.S. involvement.

However, both administration and State Department spokesmen denied the allegations of collusion on the part of the Obama administration.

But a new transcript could provide proof that Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry were in on the backstabbing of America’s ally.

An Egyptian newspaper has published what it claims are transcripts of a meeting between Secretary Kerry, National Security Advisor Susan Rice, and Palestinian officials. Kerry and Rice express anger at Israel and reveal they are ready to work with the Palestinian Authority at the Security Council.

Breitbart reports:

“Egyptian paper Al-Youm Al-Sabaa published what it said were transcripts of alleged meetings earlier this month between Kerry and National Security Adviser Susan Rice on the one hand, and chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat and head of Palestinian intelligence Majaad Faraj on the other. In the transcript, Kerry is quoted as promising that the U.S. will “cooperate” with the Palestinians.

“We are ready to cooperate with you at the Security Council [to ensure] a balanced resolution. We have instructed our representative to the UN, Samantha Power, to maintain contact with the Palestinian representative Riyad Mansour,” Kerry told Palestinian officials according to a translation from the Arabic by Hebrew-language outlet nrg.

The alleged transcripts purport to reveal the Obama administration’s attitude towards Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with Kerry and Rice quoting as saying that Netanyahu wants to “destroy the two-state solution. Erekat predicted this four years ago and he was correct. Except for minor changes, Netanyahu wants to keep the status quo.”

Kerry stated that he intends to outline the parameters for a final status solution “on condition that they will be acceptable to the Palestinians,” the transcript said. He further recommended that the Palestinians send a delegation to Riyadh to present the terms to Saudi leaders.

The Obama administration denies the validity of the transcript.

And a National Security Council spokesman called the report a “total fabrication”.

But the transcript was based on multiple meetings, which did occur.

Israel says they have ironclad proof of the Obama administration’s involvement in the resolution and they will present the evidence to President-elect Donald Trump.

CNN reports:

“…Israeli official charged that the administration tried to conceal its involvement by having Palestinian official Saeb Erekat demand that Egypt submit the resolution as the representative of the Arab League. This was intended to provide plausible deniability for the US and now can be seen in an administration spokesmen’s evasive denials, the official said.

Israel believes even after the Egyptians decided to withdraw the resolution, the administration continued to pressure other Security Council members to approve the resolution, which was introduced by four other countries.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu summoned the US ambassador and launched a scathing attack Sunday on the Obama administration after its refusal to veto the resolution.

Netanyahu spokesman David Keyes told CNN’s Dana Bash on Sunday, “We have iron-clad information, frankly, that the Obama administration really helped push this resolution and helped craft it, from sources internationally and sources in the Arab world.”