There is one big problem with your comprehension. The who, why, when and how aren't really important. The decision to order someone killed made by national leaders is not something unique to Netanyahu. Those decisions are made by the leaders of countries who have to decide what is in their respective country's best interests. Even the President of the United States has to make those decisions. As I previously wrote, war fighting is a dirty business.
I get the similarities but you seem unable to recognize the important differences - assassinating the invited guest of an ally is something the U.S. doesn't do. Nor do we go around forging passports of our allies' citizens to commit murder, or go around murdering university professors, or attacking our allies' navy in international waters. Only an Israel-firster and Likud apologist would try to make the argument that the U.S. is no better Israel when it comes to these matters.
This post was edited on 11/28 at 8:19 am