During navy tour, Netanyahu warns about dangers of nuclear Iran

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November 17, 2009 14:52


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday warned about the dangers of a nuclear Iran after touring an submarine believed capable of firing nuclear-tipped missiles. Netanyahu also visited a missile ship that led the seizure earlier this month of a ship which was loaded with Iranian weapons bound for Hizbullah. Netanyahu told sailors aboard the ship INS Eilat "the threat that Iran poses is very grave for the state of Israel, for peace in the Middle East and the whole world." He said Israel would undoubtedly be the "first target, but not the last" in case of an Iranian attack.

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