Herzog: 'Red lines' demands on Iran must be made privately

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September 12, 2012 07:44

 
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Labor MK Isaac Herzog told Army Radio on Wednesday that Israeli demands for the US to place "red lines" on Iran must be made privately.

Herzog said that the US administration views Israeli demands as interference in domestic US politics, and is particularly concerned about their effect on upcoming US elections.

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