Netanyahu: If I'm PM, I'll urge Zionist parties to cooperate against Gaza

"Israel is facing a city of terrorists," opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu said Thursday, urging the government to act and asserting that the IDF had the wherewithal to effectively deal with the danger. Speaking to Channel 1, Netanyahu also said that if he is elected prime minister, he will call on all Zionist parties to work together to fight terror emanating from the Strip. Regarding the Iranian nuclear issue, the opposition leader said the Islamic republic "must not attain nuclear weapons," and said that in 1996, he warned that a nuclear Iran was the gravest danger facing mankind.