Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke before the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday, where he blasted the global community for embracing the nuclear deal with Iran.
We also have felt that while a few may say Americans are tired of war, the USA would not question Israel’s commitment to act if it believed its existence was at stake.
Hamas, which rules Gaza, called on Abbas to end all agreements with Israel, but a deep divide has thwarted political reconciliation between the two territories, each led by its respective group.
He spent most of his rant bashing Iran and the important nuclear deal – seven countries consummating it, almost all others supportive. The problem in the Middle East now is Iran’s massive onslaught in the region. “There is no doubt that a casino also has very serious social potential and if we go ahead with this, we have to make sure that this is done with restrictions and supervision to prevent the casino from becoming an incubator for crime”.
Without naming countries, Netanyahu said Israel was in touch with Arab states about Iran.
Netanyahu had reserved tables at the Italian eatery, Serafina Always, but “he opted not to eat at Serafina after learning Pakistan’s leader would be there”, the New York Post reported. Therefore, we called for the administration to provide Israel with the Massive Ordinance Penetrator, a mountain-busting bomb, which would enable Israel to reach the Iranian program inside the Fordow mountain. Netanyahu kept attacking the accord, which has already gone into effect despite intense lobbying by Israel’s allies in Washington.
Putin, speaking soon thereafter, likened Obama’s insistence on Assad’s ouster to his Soviet predecessors’ notorious interference in smaller states. He made clear that keeping a close eye on Iran would be high on his agenda when he meets with Obama at the White House on November 9. Netanyahu invoked his first appearance at the General Assembly’s annual meeting as Israel’s U.N ambassador 31 years ago said then that he was as determined now as he was then to oppose what he described as anti-Israeli sentiment at the world body.