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The Security Cabinet unanimously rejected the nuclear agreement with Iran and determined that Israel is not bound by it.
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Statement by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu regarding the P5+1 Nuclear Deal with Iran.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met this morning in Jerusalem with US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey and said to him at the start of their meeting:
"You've been a wonderful friend and a grand champion of America and of America-Israel relations. We appreciate it. I want to take this opportunity to also express our respect and deep admiration for America's fighting men and women. We know you're extended around the world, including in our region. We know we have no better friends than the American people, the American governments, the American fighting men and women. You fight for America, but you also fight for freedom."

General Dempsey said, "The greatest gift has been the friendship that we've managed to forge with the leaders in the IDF, and I know you're proud of them but we are too. It's our constitution, and you know that that's what inspires us as I know service to your nation inspires you."
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PM Netanyahu's Statement on FIFA Decision:
"Our international effort has proven itself and led to the failure of the Palestinian Authority attempt to oust us from FIFA. I thank all those took part in the international effort that led to the failure of this attempt, including the Israeli delegation in Switzerland led by Israel Football Association Chairman Ofer Eini. The State of Israel is interested in a peace that will ensure security for its citizens but this will not be achieved through coercion and distorting the truth. The only way to achieve peace is to begin negotiations between the sides.

This Palestinian provocation joins the unilateral steps that the Palestinians are taking at other international institutions. So long as they take these steps they will only push peace further away instead of bringing it closer.

At a time when the international community is calling for confidence-building measures, the Palestinians are once again replying with an attempt to carry out unilateral steps that harm the ability to advance a regional settlement."
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Israel celebrates 67 years of independence! 
Happy Independence Day! 
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I celebrated my 67th tlhis year and my favorite number ..since childhood has always been the number 12. Happy 67th. ISRAEL.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu:
"The world is a much more dangerous place today than it was yesterday.

The leading international powers have bet our collective future on a deal with the foremost sponsor of international terrorism. They've gambled that in ten years' time, Iran's terrorist regime will change while removing any incentive for it to do so. In fact, the deal gives Iran every incentive not to change.

In the coming decade, the deal will reward Iran, the terrorist regime in Tehran, with hundreds of billions of dollars. This cash bonanza will fuel Iran's terrorism worldwide, its aggression in the region and its efforts to destroy Israel, which are ongoing.

Amazingly, this bad deal does not require Iran to cease its aggressive behavior in any way. And just last Friday, that aggression was on display for all to see.

While the negotiators were closing the deal in Vienna, Iran's supposedly moderate President chose to go to a rally in Tehran and at this rally, a frenzied mob burned American and Israeli flags and chanted 'Death to America, Death to Israel!'

Now, this didn't happen four years ago. It happened four days ago.

Iran's Supreme Leader, the Ayatollah Khamenei, said on March 21 that the deal does not limit Iran's aggression in any way. He said: 'Negotiations with the United States are on the nuclear issue and on nothing else.'

And three days ago he made that clear again. 'The United States', he said, 'embodies global arrogance, and the battle against it will continue unabated even after the nuclear agreement is concluded.'

Here's what Hassan Nasrallah, the head of Iran's terrorist proxy Hezbollah, said about sanctions relief, which is a key component of the deal. He said: 'A rich and strong Iran will be able to stand by its allies and friends in the region more than at any time in the past.'

Translation: Iran's support for terrorism and subversion will actually increase after the deal.

In addition to filling Iran's terror war chest, this deal repeats the mistakes made with North Korea.

There too we were assured that inspections and verifications would prevent a rogue regime from developing nuclear weapons.

And we all know how that ended.

The bottom line of this very bad deal is exactly what Iran's President Rouhani said today: 'The international community is removing the sanctions and Iran is keeping its nuclear program.'

By not dismantling Iran's nuclear program, in a decade this deal will give an unreformed, unrepentant and far richer terrorist regime the capacity to produce many nuclear bombs, in fact an entire nuclear arsenal with the means to deliver it.

What a stunning historic mistake!

Israel is not bound by this deal with Iran and Israel is not bound by this deal with Iran because Iran continues to seek our destruction.
We will always defend ourselves.

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WATCH AND SHARE: The Islamic State of Iran - Like ISIS. Just much bigger.
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Statement by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the UNHRC Commission of Inquiry report:
"Israel is a democracy committed to the rule of law. Time and again it is forced to defend itself against Palestinian terrorists who commit a double war crime: They deliberately target civilians while deliberately hiding behind Palestinian civilians. The Palestinian civilians they use as human shields include children, and they deliberately target our civilians while deliberately putting their civilians in harm’s way.
In defending itself against such attacks, Israel's military acted, and acts, according to the highest international standards.

The report in hand was commissioned by a notoriously biased institution; it was given an obviously biased mandate; it was initially headed by a grossly biased chairperson who received money from the Palestinians and was forced to resign.

The United Nations Human Rights Council has a singular obsession with Israel. It has passed more resolutions against Israel than against Syria, North Korea and Iran combined. In fact, it has passed more resolutions against Israel than against all the countries of the world combined.

So, Israel treats this report as flawed and biased, and it urges all fair-minded observers to do the same. Such fair-minded observers recently investigated Israel’s conduct in the Gaza campaign. They include senior generals from the United States and NATO countries. They found that not only did Israel uphold the highest standards of international law, in the laws of armed conflict, they said that Israel exceeded the highest standards.

Israel will continue to uphold its commitment to the laws of armed conflict despite the brutal tactics of its enemies. and it will continue to investigate any allegations of wrongdoing in accordance with highest international standards."

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called US Vice President Joe Biden this evening and expressed condolences on behalf of himself, his wife Sara and the people of Israel on the passing of Beau Biden this past Saturday.

Prime Minister Netanyahu told US Vice President Biden that he recalled the pride with which the latter – during their 20 years of friendship – would tell him about Beau and about the deep bond between them. The Prime Minister said that he offered his support, and that of the people of Israel, at this difficult time, and sent his condolences.
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Prime Minister Benjamin spoke this afternoon with the head of the IDF aid mission to Nepal, Col. Yoram Larado, who is at the site where an IDF field hospital will be set up, and told him:
"The most important task at this moment is to rescue the Israelis who are on Mt. Everest and to complete the evacuation of the frozen lakes area. I have instructed that the possibility of dropping them equipment, food, clothing and means to keep warm, by plane or helicopter, be considered. Send my regards to everyone, good luck and keep up the good work."

Col. Larado said:
"We landed at dawn here in Kathmandu and immediately unpacked the equipment. As of now we are continuing to get organized, build the field hospital, and see to our other efforts, including the special effort to locate Israelis. Every Israeli who comes to us will have his needs taken care of. I would like to emphasize that we are highly motivated and ready for our task here; we hope to save lives and achieve results."

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Greeting for Independence Day 2015:
"Israel's Independence Day is an occasion for genuine celebration.
Jews celebrate the rebirth of our national freedom in our historic homeland, the Land of Israel.
We celebrate that the Jewish people are no longer stateless and powerless, but are once again masters of our own fate.
We celebrate the fact that Jews everywhere enjoy a right they were denied for so many centuries, the right to make aliya and be part of the modern State of Israel.
And we can also celebrate Israel's many achievements.
We have integrated into our society immigrants from all four corners of the earth.
We have successfully defended our freedom against attacks by hostile neighbors.
We have literally made the desert bloom, building a vibrant and dynamic hi-tech economy.
We have built a robust and healthy democracy, where freedom is sacrosanct and human rights enshrined in our laws for all.
We have built a society in which all Israel's citizens are equal under the law, Arab and Jew alike.
We have witnessed a real renaissance in our national culture.
we take pride in Israel's achievements.
And even though there is still much work to be done,
on this day we can unite in celebration of Israel's many successes.
From Jerusalem, the capital of the modern State of Israel for the last 67 years, and the historic capital of the Jewish people for 3,000 years,
I wish you all a very happy Independence Day".
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