Livni: World obligated to deal with Iranian threat

November 13, 2006 04:26


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Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni said Sunday night that "It's one of the international community's obligations to wake up and deal with the Iranian threat," Army Radio reported. Speaking at the General Assembly of the Jewish Federation in Los Angeles, Livni added that "if the world is more committed to its promise that the Holocaust will not repeat itself than it is committed to fuel prices, the time has come for the international community to cease its apathy and to stop hesitating over the Iranian nuclear program." Livni also addressed the issue of kidnapped IDF reservists Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev, urging the world's citizens to do everything possible to ensure that the issue remains on world's agenda.

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