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Netanyahu urges 'military sanctions' threat against Iran
Published Wednesday 27/02/2013 16:32
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JERUSALEM (Reuters) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged the international community on Wednesday to threaten Iran with "military sanctions", saying economic measures are failing to curb Tehran's nuclear drive.

"I believe it is incumbent upon the international community to intensify the sanctions and clarify that if Iran continues its program, there will be military sanctions," Netanyahu said, without specifying what specific measures he envisages, in a statement released by the prime minister's office.

"I don't think there are any other means that will make Iran heed the international community's demands," he said, in his first remarks on the issue after two days of nuclear talks between Tehran and world powers in the Kazakh city of Almaty.
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1 ) AKeenReader / UK
27/02/2013 18:50
Nutt-anyahu should keep his mouth shut and stop barking. Now he is talking about sanctions and not action. Is it because all of the developed countries are noaw BANKRUPT thus cannot afford military action including Israel. Israel is bluffing and shitting in her pants. Iran is a different cattle of fish and she know it.

2 ) Carlos / usa
28/02/2013 19:11
Dear Nuttyahoo, you have made yourself so irrelevent that my calls to Boycott and Sanction israel are as important as your calls to sanction Iran.
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