Gillerman: War on terror 'third world war'

May 31, 2006 01:13


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In a UN Security Council forum dealing with the issue of international terrorism, Israeli ambassador to the UN Danny Gillerman said that the war on terror was a "third world war" declared by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad while he planned the next Holocaust. The Iranian ambassador said in response that Gillerman's comments were meant to justify Israel's "war crimes," while the Syrian ambassador declared that Israeli "gangs" were carrying out murders in Lebanon. According to Israel Radio, following the discussion, Gillerman said that the Security Council had witnessed a lecture on terrorism from two of the greatest experts on the topic.

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