Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni responded Tuesday night to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmdinejad's speech at the UN, saying, "We have reached a decision not to be an audience to [his] performances and his attempts to receive legitimacy for his twisted opinions."
"He should not have been given a stage in the first place, no matter what trappings and backdrop he usesâ€¦We know who this man is, the things he stands for and the actions he carries out, and he has no place in the community of nations."
She also stressed that, "Israel will continue to do whatever's needed to reveal his positions and the threat that his plans hold for the entire world."
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