At UN, Netanyahu sounds alarm over growing Iranian threat

In his speech at the General Assembly of the United Nations on Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu accused Iran of an aggressive buildup of weapons and terrorism, saying that it added new fronts against Israel on the Golan and the West Bank, and that Tehran creates new terror cells worldwide every couple of weeks. Nothing has been changed by the nuclear accord in Vienna, the prime minister said, warning that the release of billions of dollars by ending sanctions will fuel Iran’s threat to the world and its ability to destroy the Jewish state. Israel will not let Iran sneak or walk into the nuclear club, he said.

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