Israeli election front-runner nuclear weapons ranks far above the global economy among the challenges facing leaders of the 21st century.told a session of the World Economic Forum on Thursday that preventing from obtaining
By JOHN DANISZEWSKI, Associated Press Writer
Discussing leadership in crisis on a panel that also included British Conservative leader Likud Party leader discussed the need for to lower taxes and increase competitiveness if he emerges as prime minister after Feb. 10 elections., the hawkish Israeli
Netanyahu, a former global financial meltdown is reversible if governments, businesses and people make the right decisions., said he believes the
“What is not reversible is the acquisition of nuclear weapons by a fanatic radical regime … We have never had, since the dawn of the nuclear age, nuclear weapons in the hands of such a fanatical regime,” he claimed.
Iran has denied it is seeking to acquire nuclear weapons and says it is pursuing nuclear power for peaceful uses. It also denies it is engaged in terrorism, instead accusing Israel of terrorist policies against the Palestinians in Gaza and the, which were occupied by Israel after the 1967 Mideast War.