Knesset speaker at NY rally calls on free world to stop Iran

September 22, 2008 21:24


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Knesset speaker Dalia Itzik on Monday warned against a nuclear Iran at a massive New York rally against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's participation in the UN General Assembly. At the Rally to Stop Iran Now, a day ahead of Ahmadinejad's planned speech at the UN General Assembly, Itzik said the extreme Iranian regime must be prevented in any possible way from carrying out its horrible threats. She called on the free world and the UN member states to stop Iran from carry out threats of ruin and destruction, adding that the world must work to ensure the atrocities of the holocaust don't recur. The Knesset speaker said Iran should not be allowed to continue with its malicious plans of achieving nuclear capabilities, funding terror and exporting its extremist ideology.

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