PM meets US Congressmen, emphasizes Gaza-Iran connection

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August 22, 2011 16:01

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with 25 Republican members of the US House of Representatives on Monday, and thanked them for their support of Israel.

"Those who fire missiles at Israel are supported by Iran with weapons, money and training.  They constitute a forward Iranian post on our borders," Netanyahu told them. "Just as Iran threatens us, so too it threatens the US."

The prime minister also spoke about the Iron Dome's effectiveness in intercepting missiles and his intention to station additional batteries.

The delegation was led by Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Policy Committee Chairman Tom Price.

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