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Iranian threats don’t ‘impress’ Netanyahu, though navy’s energy does

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu termed a navy’s strength “impressive,” a day after he pronounced he was unimpressed by Iran’s threats opposite Israel.

“I’m tender by all I’ve seen here, of march we can not uncover everything, though these missiles we see behind – these missiles can go really far, opposite any enemy, including Iran’s proxies in a region,” Netanyahu pronounced on a revisit to a naval bottom in Haifa.“I am really tender by a strength of a navy,” he said, job it a “primary component” of Israel’s defensive and halt capabilities.

Israel acts “constantly” to forestall Iran and a proxies from entrenching themselves on Israel’s northern limit and in a region,” Netanyahu said. “We do whatever we need to do.”

On Monday, Netanyahu responded to a threats of a comparison commander of a Iranian Revolutionary Guards on a 40th anniversary of a Iranian series to bomb tel Aviv and Haifa by saying, “I do not omit a Iranian regime’s threats, though I’m not tender by them, either. If this regime creates a terrible mistake and tries to destroy Tel Aviv and Haifa, it will not succeed, though it will be a final anniversary of a series that they will celebrate. They should take this into account.”

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