Netanyahu: I don't ignore Iranian threats, but I'm not impressed by them

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 11, 2019 19:52
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened Iran in response to Iran's menacing remarks claiming it would demolish cities in Israel to the ground if the United States attacked the Islamic Republic.

"If the Iranian regime makes a mistake and tries to destroy Tel Aviv and Haifa, it will be the last day the revolution will be celebrated," Netanyahu said commenting on the Iranian anniversary on Sunday commemorating the 40 years since the Iranian revolution took the country by storm.

"I do not ignore the Iranian regime's threats, but I'm not impressed by them either."

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