Peres to Romney: Iran wants to dominate the Middle East

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July 29, 2012 14:02

 
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President Shimon Peres told US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Sunday that Iran is bent on dominating the Middle East, and that he appreciates US efforts to block it by all means.

Iran, Peres said, spreads terror, finances terror, is developing a nuclear weapon "against the wishes of the entire world" and has threatened "to bring an end to Israel."

Praising the US policy of enacting diplomatic measures against the Islamic Republic, Peres emphasized that a military threat was necessary as well "in order to make it serious."

"We trust [the US position] includes a very serious and warm consideration of the security of Israel," Peres added. "It's far from being just an Israeli problem."

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