Prime Minister: the killing of Iranian generals is an American incident without comment or intervention

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 Prime Minister: the killing of Iranian generals is an American incident without comment or intervention


Benjamin Netanyahu

Overseas network, Jan. 7 (Xinhua) - recently, the assassination of the U.S. government has aroused strong condemnation from the international community, and its ally Israel has also expressed its intention to stand aside. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned cabinet members not to intervene in the assassination of Iranian generals by the United States, which is a U.S. incident.

According to Russia today, Netanyahu said at the cabinet security meeting held on the same day that Sulaimanis assassination was not an Israeli incident, but an American incident. He suggested that the ministers, in addition to supporting the right of the United States to defend themselves, avoid talking to the media about the assassination on the 3rd, so as not to leave the impression of Israel participating in it.

Netanyahus sudden silence has raised concerns because he has supported the US Iraq conflict for most of his political career. For more than 20 years, he has insisted that the Islamic Republic is only a few steps away from making nuclear weapons, even though the Israeli intelligence community has publicly disagreed. On the eve of the latest war in Iraq, the Israeli Prime Minister was also in the spotlight. In 2002, he warned Congress that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction - including the manufacture of atomic bombs - but that they did not exist at all.

Just last year, trump decided to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement, and Netanyahu urged the United States and its allies in the Middle East to start a war against Iran and to impose serious sanctions on Iran again, despite Irans compliance with the agreement.

Tensions in the Middle East have escalated as a result of a sudden US air strike that killed major general Sulaimani of Iran. The Iranian government has vowed severe reprisals and suspended the implementation of the Iranian nuclear agreement. According to Tasnim news agency, Mohsen Rezaei, a former head of Irans elite Revolutionary Guard and a senior military officer, told the outside world on January 5 that the Israeli city of Haifa and the Israeli military center would be included in Irans retaliatory actions against the killing of Sulaimani by the United States.

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