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Benjamin Netanyahu Vows to 'Harm' Anyone Who Targets Israel



Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

"Those who are threatening to wipe out, are in danger, and in any event." Do not accomplish their goal, "said Netanyahu Wednesday, speaking at a ceremony to rename the Negev Nuclear Research Center after the late Israeli statesman Shimon Peres, Ynet News.

" Our enemies know what they are harm's, "the prime minister added.

 GettyImages-1023724922 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks as he visits the Choral Synagogue in Vilnius, Lithuania on August 26. "Those who threaten to wipe us out, put yourself in a danger, and in any eve nt want to achieve their goal, "Netanyahu said Wednesday.
 
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The Israeli leaders remain responding to questions regarding an agreement between Iran and Syria within the territory of Israel's neighbor for the foreseeable future. Previously, Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders did not accept Iranian forces stationed so close to its borders. Hezbollah-operating in Syria

"The IDF wants to continue acting with full determination and full power Syria and Iran will deter us, nor will any threat frighten us, "Netanyahu reiterated in his Wednesday remarks, according to Ynet.

" We are working to prevent Iran's military buildup in Syria.

Responding to Netanyahu's warning, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif posted on Twitter saying: "Iran, a country without nuclear weapons, is threatened with atomic annihilation by a warmonger standing next to an actual nuclear weapons factory." Beyond shameless in the gal l. "

The Israeli leader also pointed to the wavering 2015 Iran nuclear agreement-known formally as the Joint Comprehensive plan of action-suggesting that his efforts have worked successfully to derail the international treaty. In May, President Donald Trump formally removed the U.S. from the deal. Fearing repercussions from the United States. Iranian leaders have voiced pessimism about the deal's survival.

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, "Free up hope" in European partners saving the deal, Radio Free Europe reported. [19659002"Ifwecometothisconclusionthatitdoesnotserveournationalinterestswecanabandon[the agreement]," he said.

Referencing pessimism among Iranian leaders, Netanyahu promised that Israel "will continue to apply pressure against the dangerous and extremist regime in Iran. "


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