Israel’s Netanyahu attacks ‘dangerous Iranian tiger’



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Israel’s Netanyahu attacks ‘dangerous Iranian tiger’

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Israel’s prime minister has launched a stinging attack on Iran, telling a security conference in Munich it is the “greatest threat to our world”.Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would “not allow Iran’s regime to put a noose of terror around our neck”.Mr Netanyahu drew a parallel between the 1938 Munich Agreement, seen as a failed attempt to appease Nazi Germany, and the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.He said the deal had only “unleashed a dangerous Iranian tiger”.

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