Netanyahu at UN: People of Israel pray for peace

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 29, 2014 19:40

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Monday during his speech at the United Nations general assembly that the people of Israel pray for peace.

Netanyahu continued and said that he has come to New York to give his speech in order to "expose the brazen lies spoken on the same podium."

He then went into speaking of militant Islam and the effect that ISIS has had on the Middle East. He compared ISIS and Hamas and said that they are members of "the same poisonous tree."

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