PM to UN: Iran fueled by fundamentalism

PM to UN: Iran fueled by fundamentalism

During General Assembly address, Netanyahu slams Ahmadinejad`s Holocaust denial; `Is this a lie?` he says while brandishing Auschwitz death camp plans. PM also criticizes UN for failing to condemn Hamas fire on Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday he wants to make peace with the Palestinians and hopes the world will rally against the Iranian nuclear threat.

Speaking before the UN General Assembly in New York, Netanyahu said that the most urgent challenge facing the United Nations today is stopping Tehran from producing nuclear arms.

The Iranian regime, he said, "Is motivated by fanaticism… They want to see us go back to medieval times. Those who believe Tehran is a threat only to Israel, he added, are wrong.

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