Security officials: PM did spend 'too much' money on Iran

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January 14, 2013 08:52

 
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Security officials told Israel Radio that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu did spend "too much" money preparing a possible attack on the Iranian nuclear facilities, it was reported on Monday.

The security officials, that took part in the discussions about a possible Israeli attack on Iran, said, however, that former prime minister Ehud Olmert exaggerated the amount of money he claimed was spent on Iran, Israel Radio reported.

They added that Netanyahu's decision to prepare the army for a possible military attack in Iran was legitimate.

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