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>> Israel could act against Iran and not just its allies in the Middle East. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a security conference in Munich on Sunday that Iran was the world's greatest threat.>> Not just to Israel, not just to our Arab neighbors.>> Reuters Thomas Escrit says Netanyahu spent a full three days there, lobbying western security elites and trying to rally them against Israel's regional nemesis.
>> Brandishing a part of an aircraft that he said was a drone that had been shot done during its incursion over Israeli airspace. He warned that Israel was prepared to respond. That it would actually respond directly against Iran if it continues to violate Israel's airspace in that fashion.
Netanyahu held up a map showing what he said was Iran moving into the spaces that had been left vacant by the Islamic state as it was slowly driven out of its stronghold across the region. It was a stormy speech in which he said that it was time to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions, including if necessary by scraping the nuclear deal that Western powers reached with Iran.
That was opposed by most other people at the event with former US Secretary of State John Kerry saying that It was actually working, and that western and Russian security services were able to track the progress Iran was making on its nuclear ambitions. And that they would know if Iran was no longer being contained.
And Russian said the same. So there was a fairly broad consensus that the deal should not be scraped.>> Important because, as I said last night,