LOS ANGELES - Drawing a direct analogy between Iran and Nazi Germany, Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu asserted Monday that the Iranian nuclear program posed a threat not only to Israel, but to the entire western world. There was "still time," however, to prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons, he said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to have won the first round of his struggle with the powerful public-workers unions over efforts to privatize the Government-owned telephone monopoly after several days of disrupted telephone services and a one-day general strike.
There is little disagreement that Israel is facing one of the gravest economic crises in its history. With hundreds of thousands unemployed, factories closing down, investors leaving and prices rising, Israelis are right to wonder how their government plans to help return the country to economic health.
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