Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Iran was getting closer to the “red line” he set for its nuclear program and warned the international community not to be distracted by the crises in Syria and Egypt.
Israel has set out ‘red lines’ that Iran must not cross. Unlike hockey, it’s not always so easy to tell when they’ve been crossed — and what to do about it.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday Iran had not crossed the “red line” he set for its nuclear programme, despite an assessment to the contrary by a former Israeli intelligence chief.
Israel risks a loss of credibility over both its “red line” for Iran’s nuclear programme and its threat of military action, and its room for unilateral manoeuvre is shrinking.
He came, he saw, his limo broke down. Then there was sapling-gate. Barack Obama may have won over Israelis but his trip didn’t exactly go off without a hitch.
Differences between U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over setting a ?red line? for Iran?s nuclear project were never a joking matter.
U.S. President Barack Obama visits Israel next week at the onset of spring - the “red line” previously drawn by his host, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to trigger an attack on Iran’s nuclear sites.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s U.N. speech about Iranian nuclear advances has dampened speculation in Israel that he could order a war this year.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will “set a clear red line” for Iran’s disputed nuclear programme when he addresses the United Nations on Thursday, a senior Israeli official said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday promised a tough response at the United Nations to the latest verbal attacks on Israeli by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and said he was determined to stop Iran developing nuclear weapons.