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  Tishrei 11, 5773 , 27/09/12

Netanyahu Compares Enlightened World to Dark One

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu counted Israel among the enlightened nations of the world who believe in equality with what he called the nations of darkness, where sectors of populations suffer discrimination. He noted how his father and father - both of whom died in the last year, were treated alongside Arabs.

In making a reference to "President" Mahmoud Abbas by name, without naming Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, he said there was no room at the UN for libelous speeches, and expressed his desire for cooperation with the  Palestinian Authority. He continued to look at the violence that recently erupted in the Muslim world and continued to discuss the hatred that drove that violence and what it had in common with an Iranian government that threatens Israel.

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