In a BBC interview Wednesday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Israel has the right to prevent weapons falling into the wrong hands in Syria. If terrorists seized anti-aircraft and chemical weapons, they could be game changers in the region. Asked if Israel was involved in any action in the Syrian conflict, Netanyahu said he would not confirm or deny this. The prime minister was in London to attend the Thatcher funeral. He held talks with the British prime minister David Cameron and the Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper.