What if Netanyahu gave a powerful speech on Iran - but no one really heard?
Despite the PM’s convincing indictment of Tehran’s nuclear program, the UN seemed like 'The Last Picture Show', the media was occupied elsewhere and Rohani remains the 'it' foreign leader.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a strong and persuasive speech at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. He presented an unambiguous indictment of Iran’s nuclear weapons program and submitted clear cut evidence of President Rohani’s efforts to cover it up. His argument was succinct, his testimony convincing, his delivery eloquent, as always.