ADL congratulates Netanyahu on 'articulate and reasonable' speech to UN

October 1, 2013 22:58


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The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on Tuesday congratulated Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on his "articulate" and "reasonable" speech which he earlier delivered to the United Nations General Assembly, urging a halt to Iran's nuclear program, which they have claimed is for peaceful purposes only.

In an "articulate, reasonable, rational and emotional way," ADL director Abe Foxman says Netanyahu has made clear why the international community must not be complacent with regard to Iran's nuclear program.

"Israel will not permit Iran to become nuclear, and will oppose it even if it has to do so alone," Foxman reiterated.

Foxman also urged Netanyahu to "continue work for a historic reconciliation with the Palestinians." 

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