Skip to comments.Netanyahu Warns: Let’s Not ‘Delude Ourselves’ About the ‘Moderate’ New Iranian Leader
Posted on 06/16/2013 1:48:34 PM PDT by Carbonsteel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Sunday that world leaders should neither be fooled by the results of Fridays election in Iran nor be encouraged to let up pressure regarding the countrys nuclear program.
Iranian President-elect Hasan Rowhani is being widely described as a moderate, a description Netanyahu took issue with in his first public reaction to the election.
Netanyahu Warns Let Us Not Delude Ourselves About the Moderate New Iranian Leader Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during the weekly cabinet meeting on June 16, 2013 in Jerusalem. Netanyahu said the world should keep up pressure on Iran to rein in its nuclear programm and avoid thinking the election of a moderate president will bring change.
At the beginning of the weekly meeting with his cabinet, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, Regarding the results of the elections in Iran, let us not delude ourselves. The international community must not become caught up in wishes and be tempted to relax the pressure on Iran to stop its nuclear program, according to an official transcript.
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Don't kid yourselves the Mullah's are in charge and the elections in that country don't mean squat!
Even the average Iranian knows that their elections are phony. The last time they complained about it a lot of them were shot as a result.
At least we won’t have to listen to Ahmadinnerjacket anymore.
You mean our old bud Ahma-needa-jihad?
But he was so cute when he blustered. Gonna miss him, yes indeed.
Iranian hardliner: One who wants to kill all non-Mohammedans.
Iranian moderate: One who only wants to kill half of all non-Mohammedans and enslave the other half.
With that being said, I never heard until this morning that Iran was even holding an election let alone that Ahmadinnanutjob was outtaajob.......
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