Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday that in the shadow of regional security threats, he intends to form the widest coalition possible.
Speaking at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting,Netanyahu pointed to the threat of Iran's nuclear program and suspected chemical weapons in war-torn Syria.
"We must look around us. What is happening in Iran, and the lethal weapons in Syria.. the Middle East in not waiting for the elections results, and it does not stop while we form our coalition," Netanyahu warned.
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