'Best way to deny Iran nuclear weapons is to replace Netanyahu,' Liberman says

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
July 24, 2015 19:28

 
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Former foreign minister Avigdor Liberman fiercely attacked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the Iranian issue on Friday, saying that he is not capable of handling it.

Speaking in an interview with Yediot Aharonot's Sima Kadmon, Liberman said the best way of preventing the nuclearization of Iran was replacing Netanyahu.

"Netanyahu is not capable of dealing with the Iranian issue," he said. "It is too big for him, all of it. I can use any cliche: 'If you want to shoot, shoot, don't talk.' He is a dog that barks but doesn't bite. But the bottom line is that we talked so much about all the options that no one takes us seriously anymore. And now that we are talking again, they are just laughing at us."

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