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Addressing the United Nations General Assembly General Debate, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett states that "Iran's nuclear program has hit a watershed moment; and so has our tolerance. Words do not stop centrifuges from spinning. We will not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon"
- Says that 'all red lines have been crossed'.
- 'Israel cannot tire, will not tire. Israel will not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon. Iran is much weaker, much more vulnerable than it seems. Its economy is sinking. Its government is rotten. The weaker they are, the more extreme they go....If we're serious about stopping it, we can prevail and that's exactly what we're going to do...Not everything is dark in the Middle East...Ties increasing between Israel and countries in the region. More and more nations are coming to understand Israel's value.'
- Bennett criticises the UN Durban anti-racism conference, stating that "this conference was originally meant to be against racism, but over the years turned into a conference of racism — against Israel and the Jewish people...Attacking Israel doesn't make you morally superior, fighting the only democracy in the Middle East doesn't make you "Woke," adopting cliché's about Israel, without bothering to learn the basic facts, well.. that's just plain lazy."