Israel's PM praises Canada for cutting ties with Iran

Israel's PM praises Canada for cutting ties with Iran

Ottawa : Canada | Sep 09, 2012 at 11:01 AM PDT
Source: Delhi News-Record
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Israel's prime minister has praised Prime Minister Stephen Harper's diplomatic divorce with Iran and wants other "responsible members" of the international community to follow Canada's lead, according to the Jerusalem Post. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated Harper... FULL ARTICLE AT Delhi News-Record
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