Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu continued on Monday his campaign to get the US and the world to lay down a "red line" for Iran, telling a group of wounded US and Israeli veterans that the clearer the line, the less likelihood there will be of bloodshed.
Netanyahu said Iran, which he characterized as a "brutal regime," is galloping forward with its nuclear program because it does not see a "clear red line from the international community. And it doesn't see the necessary resolve and determination from the international community."
The greater the resolve, and the clearer the red line, he said, the less will be the chance of conflict because the Iranians will be more likely to back off.
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