Netanyahu: No new Iranian footholds on Israel's border

By JTA
May 30, 2010 22:15

 
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TORONTO - Israel will not repeat "mistakes" from the past that allowed Iran to gain a foothold on the Jewish state's borders, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu pledged Sunday in Toronto.

Addressing thousands of enthusiastic members of the Jewish community prior to the United Jewish Appeal of Greater Toronto's annual Walk With Israel, Netanyahu vowed Israel will never again create military vacuums that Iran would fill.

That means any future Palestinian state must be "effectively demilitarized," Netanyahu said before heading to Ottawa to meet with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

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