PM: Attacks on diplomats will continue if not condemned

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February 15, 2012 12:42

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu urged the world to unequivocally condemn Iran for its attacks on Israeli diplomats abroad, saying that if this phenomenon is not nipped in the bud immediately, it will spread.

"Iran is the largest exporter of terrorism in the world," Netanyahu said at a meeting in the Knesset in honor of visiting Croatian president Ivo Josipović.

"Iran's terrorist activities are currently evident to everyone," he said. "Iran is undermining the stability of the world. It is attacking innocent diplomats around the world. The countries of the world must condemn these acts and draw a red line against Iranian aggression. This aggression, if not stopped, will eventually spread."


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