Netanyahu to Iran: We'll be back - soon


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Netanyahu to Iran: We'll be back - soon
PM accuses new government of planning 'fascist' laws as Knesset prepares to vote in new government. 'But we'll be back soon.'
Arutz Sheva Staff , Jun 13 , 2021

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu excoriated the proposed national unity government at a special Knesset session Sunday afternoon, accusing the new coalition of planning ‘fascist’ laws in the style of North Korea and Iran. As the Knesset prepared to vote on the national unity government, Netanyahu said the new government would surrender to international pressure to support the nuclear deal with Iran, claiming that Tehran is ‘celebrating’ the inauguration of the new government.

“Iran is celebrating today, because they understand that starting from today, we have a weak government that will follow the dictates of the international community.” Netanyahu vowed that the Opposition would quickly bring down the new government and pave the way for his return to power. “But I have a message for [Iran]: There will be a clear, strong voice in the Opposition We’ll be back – soon.”