Netanyahu: 'All options are on the table' regarding Iran

November 16, 2011 15:37


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu informed the full Knesset plenum of that "all options are on the table" when it comes to Iran's nuclear program Wednesday. MK Michael Eitan read a statement from the prime minister to the special Knesset session dedicated to "the dilemma of whether to attack Iran."

"The prime minister and the authorized bodies are acting to stop the nuclear armament of Iran," Eitan told the plenum.

"The efforts are ongoing and we will do everything possible to enlist states in the international community," he continued, "because the Iranian threat is a danger not only to the State of Israel but to world peace."

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