PM: Nations must prevent Iran nukes

“Greatest danger to humanity posed by nuclear-armed radical Islam.”

May 23, 2010 23:05
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu (AP).

Netanyahu pointing tough good 311. (photo credit: AP)


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The nations of the world must unite to stop the Iranian nuclear program, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said at a conference of Russian-speaking journalists on Sunday.

Netanyahu spoke at the 12th world conference of Russian-speaking press, held at Dan Panorama hotel in Tel Aviv. He said the world must recognize the danger that a nuclear Iran poses to all nations, and act to prevent it.

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“Most of world terrorism originates in radical Islam,” he said, adding that the greatest danger humanity faces is if the most fanatical and violent ideology attains the most destructive tool of terrorism possible – nuclear arms.

“The greatest tragedies to befall the Jewish, Russian and Ukrainian people, occurred when they did not recognize danger in time. I expect all peace-seeking nations to join hands to stop evil,” Netanyahu said.

Iran said it would submit the understandings reached in the Teheran Declaration on transferring its low-enriched Uranium to Turkey to the International Atomic Energy Agency Monday.

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