Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a recent speech that the enemies of Israel will end up in the “ash bin” of history.
Speaking to a crowd gathered at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem in remembrance of International Holocaust Day, Netanyahu warned that anti-Semitism is a real threat both in the Middle East and in the West, but that Israel’s enemies will ultimately be on the wrong side of history.
Netanyahu also condemned the Iran Nuclear Deal, negotiated by the Obama administration in 2015. Netanyahu said Israel must do all it can to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
The Prime Minister also spoke favorably of President Donald Trump and his new administration.
CBN News notes that Trump vowed during his presidential campaign that he would either renegotiate the Iran Nuclear Deal or withdraw from it entirely. He has even called it a “disaster,” and “the worst deal ever negotiated,” according to The Guardian. He also promised to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Trump has not yet taken any action regarding the deal during his first week in office.
He is scheduled to meet with Netanyahu in early February.
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Publication date: January 27, 2017