Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday warned about Iran’s drive to carry out terror attacks. His comments were made during a meeting with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem.
"We would like to take advantage of the great opportunities of the new world, but there are those who would like to take us backward to the old world of the dark and murderous Middle Ages, and we are partners in the war on radical Islamic terror,” said Netanyahu.
“Israel, Russia and he U.S. and many other countries share the goal of eliminating Daesh,” continued Netanyahu, using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State (ISIS).
“I think that cooperation between all of the elements I have said toward this goal serves each one of us and also serves humanity.
“To the same extent,” he warned, “we are also concerned by the second element leading radical Islam and this is Iran which champions the destruction of Israel and also supports 360 degree terror on five continents. READ MORE