Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized leaders in Europe on Monday as they struggle to salvage a fragile nuclear agreement between world powers and the Islaimic Republic.
“The response of the EU reminds me of the pacifism of the 1930s,” Netanyahu, referring to Europe’s appeasement position towards Nazi aggression in the lead up to WWII, said in a recorded message posted to social media.
“Like then there are those now who hid their heads in the sand,” Netanyahu continued,” as if they don’t see the approaching danger – there are those in Europe that won’t wake up to the danger until there are Iranian nuclear missiles falling on European soil.”
“We will continue to do everything that is necessary to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear arms,” he added.
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