Before speaking once again at the UN General Assembly, take a look at Netanyahu’s previous speeches before the international organization, in which he warned of the Iranian threat each time. The infamous bomb illustration, the thunderous silence, referring to the Holocaust and the comparison to ISIS. What will Netanyahu say this time around?
Watch: Netanyahu, the UN speeches and the Iranian threat
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to stand this evening (Tuesday) on the UN General Assembly stage in New York for his annual speech. Since Netanyahu took office for the second time, his speeches mainly tackle the Iranian threat. Before Netanyahu gives his eighth speech this evening, in which it is rumored that he will directly address Iranian spiritual leader Ali Khamenei in Farsi, Channel 2 News reviewed the Israeli Prime Minister’s previous speeches and what he said to the world regarding Iran – from the nuclear threat, to its participation in funding terror and to its anti-Israel rhetoric.
In 2009 and 2011, Netanyahu spoke before the UN General Assembly focusing his speech on Iran’s nuclear program and the country’s burning hatred for Israel. The Israeli Prime Minister chose to send a targeted warning to the world concerning Iran’s armaments attempt. “The international community must stop Iran before it’s too late,” Netanyahu stated.
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