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    Netanyahu urges America not to work with Iran to stabilize Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Mon 23 Jun 2014, 12:08 pm

    Netanyahu urges America not to work with Iran to stabilize Iraq


    06/23/20140 


    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday he should be on the United States that are trying to weaken both Iran and Sunni insurgents who are crawling towards Baghdad and urged the administration of President Barack Obama not to work with Tehran to help stabilize Iraq. 
     
    Netanyahu said on "Meet the Press" in the station (if. Me. CNN) television: "What you're seeing in the Middle East today in Iraq and Syria is a hatchet stark between Shiite extremists in this case, led by Iran and Sunni extremists led by al-Qaida and the organization of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant .
     
    "Now, both camps are enemies of the United States. And fight when your enemies do not promote any of them. Both are weaker."
     
    He described Netanyahu's tense relations with the known Obama provisional agreement reached by the United States and other world powers with Iran in November to reduce some aspects of its nuclear program in exchange for a limited easing of sanctions imposed on Iran as a "historic mistake."
     
    In reference to the crisis in Iraq, Netanyahu said, "I think by far the worst result that could result from this is that when it becomes one of those groups - Iran - the possibilities of nuclear weapons. This would be a tragic mistake .. will make everything pales in comparison to it."

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