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July 12, 2015 10:41 am

Netanayhu Says Israel Won’t Pay Price for ‘Capitulation’ to Iranian ‘Dictates’

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Netanyahu said Israel won't accept the world powers surrendering to Iran's demands. Photo: Screenshot.

Netanyahu said Israel won’t accept the world powers’ surrender to Iran’s demands. Photo: Screenshot.

While the world powers may be willing to come to terms with capitulation to an Iranian regime that continuously calls for the destruction of the Jewish State, Israel is not willing to do so, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the start of Sunday’s cabinet meeting.

Netanyahu, alone among world leaders publicly railing against the apparently impending nuclear deal with Iran, said that Iran is not hiding its aggressive intentions against Israel and the US even as the negotiations in Vienna are continuing.

Read full story at The Jerusalem Post.

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