Itongadol.- Post-nuclear agreement Iran offers financial rewards for terrorism, something that the world must firmly condemn, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday.
Netanyahu: Nuclear deal hasn\’t stopped Iran\’s support for terror
Netanyahu, before meeting visiting Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, said that terrorism does not happen in a vacuum, but rather with the help and incitement from other countries and governing bodies.
“Yesterday Iran announced that it will finance the families of the terrorists and murderers,” Netanyahu said. He added that this shows that Iran after the nuclear agreement is continuing to assist Palestinian and Hezbollah terrorism.
“This is something that the nations of the world must confront and condemn and assist Israel – and other countries, of course – in repelling,” he said.
Secondly, Netanyahu continued, the recent round of stabbings by Palestinian youth is also not happening in a vacuum.
“It comes from the Palestinian education system, which is controlled by the Palestinian Authority,” he said.
Netanyahu pointed out that IDF Capt.. (res.) Eliav Gelman lost his life on Wednesday during an attack not by “the students of terrorism, but by those who teach terrorism – a Palestinian teacher. “ Gelman\’s assailant was a 26-year old math teacher from al-Majd, west of Dura.
“The world needs to stand with Israel against this incitement, which is the number one cause of terrorism,” he said.