UK Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday night urged Israel to refrain from a military strike on Iran’s nuclear program and said time should be given for sanctions, including new European Union measures today, to work.
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Cameron told the annual dinner of the United Jewish Israel appeal that he had told Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, “now is not the time for Israel to resort to military action,” British newspaper The Telegraph reported.
“At the very moment when the regime faces unprecedented pressure and the people are on the streets, and when Iran’s only real ally in Syria is losing his grip on power, a foreign military strike is exactly the chance the regime would look for to unite his people against a foreign enemy. We shouldn’t give them that chance.”