Israel Reaches Out to Arab Gulf States at UN, Citing Iran Threat

(Fox News) Morgan Phillips - Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz reached out to the Arab Gulf states at the UN General Assembly Thursday, saying they all face a common threat from Iran. He accused Iranian Ayatollah Ali Khameni of ordering a recent attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. He also called on the international community to support the U.S. "maximum pressure policy" against Iran. "They promote terror in the Middle East, Europe, Latin America, and all over the world, and the world must stop them," Katz said. Katz also called on all countries to follow the U.S. and recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. "No one can separate the Jewish people from our historical homeland, and no one can separate us from Jerusalem, our eternal capital," Katz said.

2019-09-27 00:00:00

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