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September 26, 2012 8:30 pm

Netanyahu Leaves for New York, Bitterly Blasts Ahmadinejad UN Speech

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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu at the UN General Assembly in 2009. Photo:

Times of Israel – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left for New York in the immediate aftermath of the Yom Kippur fast on Wednesday evening, to address the annual General Assembly of the United Nations on Thursday and conduct meetings with several world leaders.

Shortly before flying out, Netanyahu bitterly castigated Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech to the UN earlier Wednesday, and those who stayed in the room to hear it. “On the day that we pray to be inscribed in the Book of Life,” the prime minister said in reference to Yom Kippur, “the authoritarian Iranian regime takes every opportunity to condemn us to death.”

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