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July 14, 2015 2:32 pm

Israel’s UN Ambassador: World Will Pay the Price for Iran Deal

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Ambassador Ron Prosor said the UN is ignoring the murder of minorities in the Arab world. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Israeli Ambassador to the U.N. Ron Prosor . Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Israel’s U.N. ambassador warned on Tuesday that “tomorrow, the rest of the world will pay the price” for the nuclear deal with Iran announced earlier in the day.

“On the dawn of this new day, [the Iranians] can lean back comfortably, and act without limitations, with newfound economic prosperity, and with a broad smile on their faces,” said Israeli ambassador Ron Prosor.

The Israeli envoy emphasized Iran’s recent calls for the eradication of Israel, most recently during the run-up to the emphatically anti-Israel “Quds Day,” a national Iranian festival meant to show solidarity with the Palestinian cause but also serve as a stark reminder of the Islamic Republic’s deep loathing for Israel.

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  • Elisheva

    If not for the Jews, the world would be a paradise – or would it? Would it have survived even the flood?
    Iran without “sanctions” is a passport to hell one-way trip, with a grin on their faces or not, for all those who think they can play with fire and not get burned.

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