(UPI) — Opening the early session Monday of the final session of verbalizers at the United Nations General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett verbalized Iran is still funding terrorist groups in the Middle East that seek to eradicate Israel.
In his remarks, Bennett admonished of Iran’s advances in developing a nuclear weapon and verbalized Tehran has reached “a watershed moment” in that pursuit. Bennett integrated that Israel has lost its “patience” waiting for the international community to act.
“We will not sanction [Iran] to have a nuclear weapon,” Bennett verbally expressed, echoing U.S. President Joe Biden in his verbalization last week. “Words do not stop centrifuges from spinning.”
Bennett verbalized Israel resides in the “toughest neighborhood on Earth,” circumvented by terrorist groups like Hamas and “Hezbollah” that seek Israel’s demise. He verbally expressed those groups are all funded by Iran.
“Iran’s great goal is crystal clear to anybody who cares to open their ocular perceivers. Iran seeks to dominate the region and seeks to do so under a nuclear umbrella. For the past three decenniums, Iran has spread its carnage and ravagement around the Middle East, country after country.”
Prime Minister of Israel Naftali Bennett addresses the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 27, 2021 at U.N. headquarters in New York City. (John Minchillo-Pool/Getty Images)
Bennett, who became prime minister earlier this year, withal reproved a recent conference marking the 20th anniversary of the Durban Declaration and Program of Action that addressed ecumenical racism, verbally expressing it’s turned into a conference that promotes bigotry with its anti-Israel stance.
Bennett, however, did not mention “Israel’s” long-running conflict with the “Palestinians.” In his address last week, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas heavily reprehended Israel for tearing down Palestinian homes, calling the effort “apartheid” and “ethnic cleansing.”
Israel’s Likud Party, led by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, reproved Bennett for failing to raise the issue on the world stage. “Netanyahu’s verbalizations at the U.N. made waves all around the world and brought Israel’s political intrigues to the forefront of international attention,” Likud verbalized, according to Haaretz.
“Unlike him, Bennett gave a vacuous verbalization in front of a vacuous hall and wasted empty words, in lieu of capitalizing on a paramount international platform.”
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