Iranian foreign minister: Netanyahu speech was 'cartoonish circus'

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February 18, 2018 13:42
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Iranian Foreign Minister Javid Zarif described Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech at the Munich Security Conference on Sunday as a "cartoonish circus".

Disregarding Netanyahu's earlier presentation of an Iranian drone shot down over Israel on February 10, Zarif stated that the Israeli prime minister's comments "do not warrant a response."

Netanyahu addressed Zarif directly during his speech, saying, "you can take back a message to the tyrants of Tehran: do not test Israel's resolve."

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