A day after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's anti-Israel speech at the UN General Assembly, opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu said that Europe still hadn't internalized the message of the Holocaust and had failed to comprehend the danger posed by Teheran.
"The year is 1938, and Iran is Germany arming itself with nuclear weapons. It should ring alarm bells, but Europe is dozing, unfortunately, not for the first time," Netanyahu told Army Radio. "We must not be the ones to pay the price."
Netanyahu added that Kadima and Labor were using the Iranian threat as a cynical attempt to convince Likud to join the coalition.
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