“The people are united in their demand that Iran not achieve nuclear weapons. I’m traveling to the UN to speak there in the name of the people. We have overcome many enemies in the past, and we’ll overcome this one too,” said Netanyahu. “I’m traveling to the UN to speak in the name of all Israeli citizens, and I feel the support of the entire people when I face the rest of the world. We are united in our efforts for peace, and ensuring the safety of the people of Israel,” continued the Prime Minister.
Earlier on Wednesday, The Prime Minister’s Office released a letter from Netanyahu, in response to a speech made by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the UN on Tuesday. “History proves that whoever wants to erase us from the map fails in that task,” read the letter.