PM disbands Security Cabinet meeting due to leaks

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September 5, 2012 11:40




Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu dramatically disbanded the second part of a Security Cabinet meeting on Iran due to leaks.

On Tuesday, the 14-member Security Cabinet held the first part of the meeting to hear the annual intelligence assessments provided by the country’s intelligence agencies.

The 10-hour meeting was believed to be the first time in months that this body conducted an in-depth discussion on Iran that is believed to have included timelines, Iran’s “zones of immunity,” and what sanctions could still be adopted.

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