(Worthy News) – Prime Minister Naftali Bennett for the first time on Thursday publicly presented the shift on Iran policy from the previous government, saying that Israel will work closely with its allies on countering Tehran’s nuclear program, while maintaining a credible military threat.
“We will continue to consult with our allies to convince, to talk, to share information and understandings, through deep mutual respect,” Bennett said at the graduation ceremony for new Israel Air Force pilots.
“But, in the end,” he added, “we will retain responsibility for our fate in our own hands, and not in anyone else’s hands. We will behave responsibly and seriously to protect the great legacy of which we are custodians.” [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More…) ]
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