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Abbas: "The Iranian nuclear program - not an existential danger to Israel" Israel today


In a cultural interview in Be'er Sheva, the chairman of RAAM said that "there is certainly danger, but we will leave it to the professionals" • In addition, he did not rule out a future partnership with the Likud - and also addressed the Palestinian issue: "I believe in RAAM's success It will also affect the Palestinian factions "

The chairman of Ra'am, MK Mansour Abbas, addressed the Iranian nuclear program this morning (Saturday), saying that he "does not see the issue of the Iranian nuclear issue as a possibility of existential danger to Israel.

Of course there is a danger, but we will leave that to the professionals. "

Abbas, who spoke at a cultural event in Be'er Sheva hosted by journalist Haim Katz, said he did not rule out a future partnership with the Likud, and chose not to reveal the proposals he received from former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Balfour: "My political partners are also pressuring me to take things out."

"There is no doubt that today I see a state finance minister and a state political leader addressing everyone who is trying to advance everyone's interests," he said when asked about Avigdor Lieberman and things he has said in the past.

"I know all of Lieberman's opinions and slogans in the past, they are all in the process," he added.

MK Mansour Abbas at a cultural event in Be'er Sheva, Photo: Dudu Greenspan

Naturally, Abbas also addressed the Palestinian issue: "I hope that all the Palestinian factions will start to look at the conflict with Israel differently, and understand that there is a possibility of creating something new. I believe that our success, that is, of RAAM, will affect them as well."

On lighting the first candle of President Yitzhak Herzog in the Cave of the Patriarchs, he said: "In matters of religion we have to be very careful. Because then politics stops functioning and only emotions come out. Once there is such harm or play in religious feelings, people's rationality stops functioning. "He worries about every act he tries to use in religious beliefs. To try to use it as a political tool, we will pay a price. We must be smart and not unjust."

At the same time as Abbas, Minister Eli Avidar was interviewed in culture at Tzur Hadassah, saying that Prime Minister Naftali Bennett "has luck" because "he was given the opportunity to be prime minister - and he is not realizing his potential. The state of democracy is no better than during Netanyahu's time."

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Source: israelhayom

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