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Thursday, October 3, 2013

Netanyahu: Israel won't let Iran get nuclear arms

Prophecy Sign:  The prophetic Middle-East wars - Iran, (Ezekiel 38/39)

Iran, (Persia/Elam), is prophesied to be a major player in last days events.  Rising against Israel as one of a confederation of nations, (the Gog/Magog war of Ezekiel).  Jeremiah also saw Iran in last days prophecy as a nation that will see it's military might destroyed with the people being scattered, (Jeremiah 49).

Netanyahu: Israel won't let Iran get nuclear arms
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu played the spoiler Tuesday to Iran's attempts to ease relations with the West, calling the Iranian leader "a wolf in sheep's clothing" and declaring that Israel will do whatever it takes to prevent Tehran from developing nuclear weapons, even if it has to stand alone. Speaking to world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly, Netanyahu gave a point-by-point rebuttal of President Hassan Rouhani's speech last week signaling a willingness to discuss Iran's disputed nuclear program.
‘If diplomacy with Iran won’t work, we’ll do the job alone,’ says deputy FM
Deputy Foreign Minister Ze’ev Elkin said Tuesday that Israel believes the Iranian nuclear dispute could be solved diplomatically, but asserted Jerusalem would not hesitate to strike if it felt the international community’s efforts to curb the regime’s reach for an atomic bomb failed to deliver results.  “The government of Israel believes that there is the possibility to solve the problem through diplomatic means. However — it won’t be done through smiles and easing the pressure. Rather, the only way that works is a tightening of sanctions in addition to a real military threat,” Elkin (Likud) told The Times of Israel on the sidelines of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s dramatic speech at the United Nations on Tuesday. During his half-hour address, the prime minister vowed to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, if need be by launching a preemptive strike at the regime’s nuclear facilities. “If Israel is forced to stand alone, Israel will stand alone,” he said.
Iran responds to Netanyahu: Don’t even think about attacking us
In his response, Seifi asserted Iran’s “inherent right” to “peaceful nuclear science and technology,” and called Netanyahu’s speech “extremely inflammatory.” “I do not want to dignify such unfounded accusations with an answer, other than categorically rejecting them all,” he went on, accusing Netanyahu of “trying to mislead this august body about the Iranian nuclear program. But unlike last year, without cartoon drawings.” “No one can dictate [to] Iran what to do or not to do” on its nuclear program, he said. He protested that Netanyahu, whom he did not mention by name, had continued “saber-rattling” and “threatening” against Iran. The Israeli prime minister, Seifi warned, “should seriously avoid miscalculation about Iran.” He added, “Iran’s centuries-old policy of nonaggression must not be interpreted as its inability to defend itself.”

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