September 2, 2012
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continued to slam the western powers, chief of which is the US over their lack of efforts to delay Tehran’s nuclear program.
“Until Iran doesn’t see a red line, it will not stop the program. Iran must not be allowed to have nuclear weapons,” he said at the opening of the weekly cabinet meeting, but this time openly hinted at the possibility of an Israeli strike on the Islamic Republic.
“This becomes even more serious in light of the IAEA report which confirmed what I’ve been saying for a long time: Sanctions may be a burden but they do not delay the progress of the nuclear program,” the prime minister added.
According to Netanyahu: “The Iranians are taking advantage of the talks in order to gain time and advance their nuclear program. You need to tell it like it is, the international community has not set a clear red line, Iran doesn’t see enough determination to stop its nuclear program.”