PM Netanyahu offers water to Iranians. Removing Iranian forces from Syria ‘is a long process’

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting said that removing Iranian forces and their proxies from Syria “is a long process.”

“Last Wednesday I spoke with my friend, Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales, about dispatching a medical mission to Guatemala to help with the disaster. Last night I received a report about their work. They are already at work on the ground. They are showing Israel at its best and are really rendering assistance and saving lives. We are all proud of our mission and of our doctors.

Last week I visited Europe and I spoke with three main leaders there: Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime minister Theresa May.

I concentrated on the Iranian aggression in our region, on the latest developments in our region and – first and foremost – on Iran’s efforts to establish a military presence in Syria. The leaders agreed with the main goal that I set, and this is formulating a broad international agreement that Iran needs to leave Syria, from all of Syria. This was the goal of the trip and it was, to a large extent, achieved. Even though Iran’s departure from Syria is a long process, I believe that if you set a goal, if you know where you are going, you have a greater chance of getting there. In any case, I made it clear that we will take strong action against attempts to establish a presence against us, and also against attacks on us. I think that this is understood and accepted by these leaders.

PM Netanyahu went over the heads of the Iranian regime with a message delivered directly to the Iranian public.

“Today I am going to make an unprecedented offer to Iran” Netanyahu said after pouring water from a pitcher into a glass and taking a drink in a two minute YouTube video.

“The Iranian regime shouts: “Death to Israel!’ and in response, Israel shouts, ‘life to the Iranian people!’

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  1. 1arritechno says:

    Iran is in a situation of flux with protests, riots and the possibility of an uprising. Iranians are tired of being sacrificed and their boys sent to remote conflicts in Syria, without due reason. The Iranian regime could be
    pressured from within ; yes , Israel’s PM may achieve more by appealing to Iranian citizens……..

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