Barak: Israel won't outsource its security to anyone

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October 31, 2012 21:15

 
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Israel will not outsource its vital security interests to anyone, "not even to our closes and most trusted allies," Defense Minister Ehud Barak said in London on Wednesday.

Speaking to the British Israel Communications and Research Center, Barak, addressing Iran's uranium enrichment program, said, "All options are on the table to prevent Iran from crossing the point of no return. We expect all those who say it to mean it; we mean it." The defense minister signaled that Jerusalem would not rely on US assurances to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear weapons state.

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