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Prime Minister Netanyahu Discusses Threats to Israel with Russian President Putin Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met on Monday in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin. At the start of the meeting, Netanyahu said: “I am here because of the security situation which is becoming ever more complex on our northern border. As you know, in recent years, and particularly in recent months, Iran and Syria have been arming the extremist Islamic terrorist organization Hizbullah with advanced weapons, aimed at us, and over the years thousands of rockets and missiles have been fired against our cities. At the same time, Iran, under the auspices of the Syrian army, is attempting to build a second terrorist front against us from the Golan Heights. Our policy is to prevent these weapons transfers, and to prevent the creation of a terrorist front and attacks on us from the Golan Heights.” (Prime Minister’s Office) See also Russia to Allow Israeli Strikes on Syrian Arms Transfers – Raphael Ahren During their meeting in Moscow on Monday, Prime Minister Netanyahu told President Putin in “no uncertain terms” that Israel will not tolerate Tehran’s efforts to arm Israel’s enemies in the region, and that Israel will continue to take action against any such attempts. “This is our right and also our duty. There were no objections to our rights and to what I said. On the contrary: there was readiness to make sure that whatever Russia’s intentions for Syria, Russia will not be a partner in extreme actions by Iran against us,” Netanyahu said. (Times of Israel via Daily Alert), plus 2nd related article

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Sept. 22, 2015

  • Prime Minister Netanyahu Discusses Threats to Israel with Russian President Putin
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met on Monday in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin. At the start of the meeting, Netanyahu said: “I am here because of the security situation which is becoming ever more complex on our northern border. As you know, in recent years, and particularly in recent months, Iran and Syria have been arming the extremist Islamic terrorist organization Hizbullah with advanced weapons, aimed at us, and over the years thousands of rockets and missiles have been fired against our cities. At the same time, Iran, under the auspices of the Syrian army, is attempting to build a second terrorist front against us from the Golan Heights. Our policy is to prevent these weapons transfers, and to prevent the creation of a terrorist front and attacks on us from the Golan Heights.”  (Prime Minister’s Office)

 

  •     See also Russia to Allow Israeli Strikes on Syrian Arms Transfers – Raphael Ahren
    During their meeting in Moscow on Monday, Prime Minister Netanyahu told President Putin in “no uncertain terms” that Israel will not tolerate Tehran’s efforts to arm Israel’s enemies in the region, and that Israel will continue to take action against any such attempts. “This is our right and also our duty. There were no objections to our rights and to what I said. On the contrary: there was readiness to make sure that whatever Russia’s intentions for Syria, Russia will not be a partner in extreme actions by Iran against us,” Netanyahu said. (Times of Israel)
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