MK Peled: If world doesn't stop Iran, Israel will have to take action

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April 25, 2009 18:09

 
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Minister-without-Portfolio Yossi Peled said on Saturday that if the world will not act to stop the Iran nuclear program, Israel will have to take action in order to protect itself. "If the world does not take care of the Iranian threat, Israel will have to act to ensure its existence," Army Radio quoted Peled as saying. "The threat from Teheran is concrete, and if Iran achieves nuclear capabilities, we will have a different world, not just a different Middle East," the Likud MK reportedly said at an event in Beersheba.

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