Israeli officials: Iran vote shows growing threat

The re-election of hard-line Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a disputed vote underscores the growing threat posed by Tehran and its nuclear ambitions, two senior Israeli politicians said Saturday, urging the world not to engage in dialogue with Iran. Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon and Vice Premier Silvan Shalom appeared to be expressing their personal views and not those of the Israeli government. Government spokesman Mark Regev said it was not clear when the Israeli government would make a formal statement. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has argued that Iran’s nuclear ambitions, not Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians, should occupy the world’s attention.


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