Ya'alon on Iranian arms seizure: Iran greatest exporter of terror in world

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March 5, 2014 14:03

 
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Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon reacted to the seizure of Gaza-bound Iranian weapons by the Israeli Navy on Wednesday.

"Iran continues to be the greatest exporter of terror in the world," he said, calling their actions a "complete violation of international law and abuse of open maritime trading routes."

"The Iranian regime continues to deceive the world," he said. "While it shows its smiling face it continues to be the biggest threat to world peace."

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