Israeli Prime minister Bibi Netanyahu brought the Internet to its knees with a powerful moment of silence in the middle of his impassioned United Nations speech, Thursday. Prime Minister Netanyahu, speaking today at the United Nations about the UN’s inaction against Iran’s attempts to acquire nuclear weapons and arm radical Islamic forces, halted his speech for 20 seconds as symbolic moment of silence.
“I am coordinating a detailed enquiry into this matter, and when it is concluded, I will present the conclusions to the Prime Minister and based on that, we will make decisions”, Levin said in a radio interview earlier last week.
As he has for years, Netanyahu insisted that Israel would stop Iran from getting the bomb. He issued a warning about the “heavy price of silence”.
“Israel desires peace with the Palestinians who, to my regret, are continuing to spread gross lies about our policy on Har Habayis”.
Binyamin Netanyahu wants to have a crack at it again and if the feasibility study satisfies his government, then the first legalized casino in Israel could open up in Eilat, a coastal city that is a major attraction for tourists. And the deal has mechanisms in place to ensure that if Iran is caught cheating, it will face real consequences in the snapback of sanctions. Netanyahu described Israeli-U.S. bickering over the deal as “a disagreement within the family”, downplaying the fallout over an agreement that Washington praises and Israel condemns.
At the airport on Tuesday, Netanyahu also said he will refer in his speech to recent developments in Syria and the dangers they pose to Israel. “These efforts may appear to give Iran leverage in disputes with neighbors, but they fuel sectarian conflict that endangers the entire region, and isolates Iran from the promise of trade and commerce”.
“Our hearts go out to the families of the Israelis who have been lost”, Kerry said. “I will say all of this and more at the UN General Assembly and in my meetings in the U.S.”.
“Unfortunately, President Abbas said yesterday that he is not prepared to do this”, he said Thursday.
“Israel will continue to respond forcefully to any attacks against it from Syria“, Netanyahu said, adding that it would also “prevent the transfer of strategic weapons to Hezbollah from and through Syrian territory”.