“For too long the epicenter of global anti-Semitism has been right here at the UN,” Netanyahu declared on Tuesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that no speech has been bolder in the history of the United Nations than the one delivered by President Trump on Tuesday.
Netanyahu also applauded a statement from the United Nation’s secretary general that denying Israel’s right to exist is anti-Semitism pure and simple.
“For too long the epicenter of global anti-Semitism has been right here at the UN,” Netanyahu declared. “While it might take many years, I am absolutely confident that the revolution in Israel’s ties with individual nations will ultimately be reflected here in this hall of nations.”
Netanyahu continued: “I say that because there’s also a market change in the positions of some of our key friends. Thanks to President Trump’s unequivocal support for Israel in this body, that positive change is gathering force. So thank you, President Trump, for supporting Israel at the UN.”
“Here at the UN we must also speak the truth about Iran as President Trump did so powerfully this morning,” Netanyahu continued. “I’ve listened to countless speeches in this hall, but I can say this: none were bolder, none more courageous or forthright, than the one delivered by President Trump today.”
Netanyahu warned that Iran could become the next North Korea because of the Iranian nuclear deal.
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