WAR CRIMINAL PERES, FATHER OF ISRAHELLS ILLEGAL NUCLEAR PROGRAM(AND ARSENAL) INSTRUCTS U.N'S IAEA DIRECTOR AT DAVOS,AND ENDORSES ZIO ARAB LEAGUE INTERVENTION AGAINST ASSAD... http://www.imra.org.il/story.php3?id=59900 President Shimon Peres, today (Thursday, 24 January 2013), held a working meeting at the World Economic Forum in Davos with the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mr. Yukiya Amano. The two discussed the Iranian nuclear program and efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.At the beginning of the meeting President Peres thanked Mr. Amano for his cooperation in efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon and said, "I would like to thank you for the cooperation – I know that you are investing great efforts and acting with wisdom and good faith to make the world a safer place." President Peres addressed the economic sanctions which the international coalition, led by the United States of America, has placed on Iran and said, "I cannot predict how things will change in Iran. Iran is a serious threat and it must understand that the world is serious in its intentions and that all options are on the table."Mr. Amano thanked President Peres and told him that it was a great pleasure to meet him. Amano added that he is doing his utmost to carry out the responsibility given to him.President Shimon Peres spoke at the central plenary of the World Economic Forum in DavosPresident Peres spoke in detail about the Arab spring in Egypt, the situation in Syria and the changes in the Middle East: "Today it is almost impossible to be a dictator in the Middle East. The central problem for the people of Egypt today is poverty, unemployment and that is a problem for many in the Middle East. The young generation wants education, employment and a decent salary. Israel respects the results of the elections in Egypt and the elected president. We hope that Egypt will succeed in overcoming its economic difficulties and achieve economic prosperity."
President Peres also addressed the ongoing bloodshed in Syria and said, "Syria is suffering from terrible bloodshed with many refugees suffering as a result. I believe that Assad is running out of options and it is a matter of time until Assad's reign will end. I also believe that the Arab League can bring an end to the bloodshed in Syria, if the member countries work together and will enter with a special military force, with a UN Mandate that will be responsible for maintaining peace and ending the bloodshed. The issue is urgent as innocent people are being killed every day."
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