BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:15 A.M.) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed EU’s recent financial support to Iran and urged all countries to restore sanctions on Iran, in Vilnius, Friday.

“I think that the decision yesterday by the EU to give 18 million euros to Iran is a big mistake. It’s like a poison pill to the Iranian people and to the efforts to curb Iranian aggression in the region and terror beyond the region,” Netanyahu said.

Netanyahu continued to say, “Iran tried to conduct a terror attack on the soil of Europe just a few weeks ago, while Iran’s Foreign Minister was leading with European leaders,” referring to a suspected bomb attack in France in late June that was stopped by authorities.

The Israeli leader also said his visit to Lithuania is important to him personally since his family “came from Lithuania over a century ago to what is now Israel.”

After the press conference, Netanyahu met with three Baltic Prime Ministers – Lithuanian Saulius Skvernelis, Estonia’s Juri Ratas and Maris Kucinskis of Latvia.

Netanyahu is the first Israeli Prime Minister to visit Lithuania. His visit to Lithuania is set to last until Sunday.

 

Mandatory credit: Israeli GPO

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Israel must leave the Golan Heights. Iran no problem.

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The Israelis can talk. Since the foundation of the country in 1948 it has been a combination of home and land theft, persecution, and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian Arabs that had been living there for hundreds of years. There were very few Jews living among them prior to the breakup of the Ottoman Empire at the end of the Great War.

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In 1918 there was only 15,000 Arabs over a 100,000 population in Jewish Fälestine (west of Jordan River). 5,000 Arabs were imported by the Ottomans to build a railroad in 1902. Arabs were packed here later by the Brits in order to prevent Israel independence since, after having sold whole Palestine (including Jordan!) to the Rotschilds, they sold it to the Hashemites with Hijaz (Mecca, Medina…) and… Syria wich they both lost, so Brits gave ’em Iraq. Go learn history, the Rotschilds bought the land, and for very expensive while it was an underpopulated shith0le. At the moment, Jerusalem population… Read more »

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Israhell is a pure evil and cancer of the world. Much worse than nazi germany. Hitler was really a decent man compared to Satanyahoo. We must not forget we are just slaves and animals for those evil nazi chosenites.

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“Israhell is a pure evil and cancer of the world” +++ There’s smeting worst, it’s called islam “Much worse than nazi germany. Hitler was really a decent man compared to Satanyahoo” +++ Arabs were allied with the Nazi. Sad the Soviets and the Yanks ddn’t punished them the way they deserved. Does Netanyahu gases 5,000 Palestinians a day? Treblinka alone gassed 2,000 Jews a day using carbon monoxide from a single T-34 tank every day… In 1970, there were only 300,000 Palys in Gaza, Hitler would have exterminated them in 150 days with Treblinka alone “We must not forget we… Read more »

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“referring to a suspected bomb attack in France in late June that was stopped by authorities.” => And we traced their phones contacting Iranian diplomats. Hopefully, there were no dysfunctionality in EU police which has reatly improved in the last years : these IRGC/Quds-Force cronies were under watch for a while. Very very clever idea to attempt a -hopefully botched- terror attack in the EU while EU acts at avoiding JCPOA to be scrapped. It’s high time for the EU to enforce serious sanctions on these snakes, and even harsher ones than what Trump professes. Let’s really asphyxiate these shitlamists,… Read more »

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ANYONE THAT BELIEVES ANYTHING THIS SCUMBAG SAYS IS A RETARD.