Israeli envoy: PM misspoke. He meant credible military threat, not credible nuclear threat

Israel’s Ambassador to the UN Gilad Erdan says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu misspoke when he said in his UNGA address that “Iran must face a credible nuclear threat.”

He meant to say, “credible military threat,” which has been Israel’s long-held position, Erdan tells the Kan public broadcaster.

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