Netanyahu heads for Warsaw after confirming Quneitra attack
“We act every day including yesterday against Iran’s efforts to establish itself in the region,” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Tuesday night, before taking off for an international conference in Warsaw. “We operate very many methods and very many measures against Iranian aggression, against their attempt to arm themselves with nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles,” he said. “Time and again we have exposed their terrorist actions in Europe. Time and again we have blocked their attempts to entrench in Syria on our border,” the prime minister said. Earlier, during a visit to the Navy’s Base in Haifa, Netanyahu said: “The missiles you see behind me can go very far, against any enemy, including Iran’s proxies in our region.”
The Warsaw conference, co-hosted by the US and Poland, will focus on Mideast peace and security. Around 60 countries are participating, including Israel, but Iran was not invited.
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Arabs occupying Israel’s territories have to give up their crazy dreams of extermination.
The World respects Israel, loves Israel, supports Israel.
The Shock of all Shocks is coming when the AIPAC-grabbed $38 Billion from America gets STOPPED because Marco Rubio stuck the Anti-BDS addendum to it and the HOUSE STOPS IT
what an incredible blunder