Javad Zariff, Iran's Foreign Minister called Netanyahu's presentation at the UNGA "an arts and craft show" meant to obfuscate Israel has his own secret nuclear secret and undeclared actual atomic arsenal a reference to what Israel calls its life insurance.
"Time for Israel to fess up and open its illegal nuclear weapons program to global inspectors", Zarif wrote on Twitter in response to Netanyahu's claims.
Netanyahu's latest disclosure (27 September) of intelligence information follows a similar disclosure last May when he revealed a cache of documents on Iran's nuclear program in the past.
"Today, I am disclosing for the first time that Iran has another secret facility in Tehran-a secret atomic warehouse for storing massive amounts of equipment and materiel from Iran's secret nuclear weapons program", Netanyahu revealed.More news: Netflix considering interactive films and TV shows
Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas tore into the Trump administration Thursday, refusing to accept the United States as the sole mediator in the Middle East conflict, a day after Donald Trump promised a "very fair" peace plan.
"Instead of coddling the Iranians, join the United States and Israel and most of the Arab world in supporting new sanctions against a regime that endangers all of us and all of the world", he said. "The people of Iran are bravely standing up" against Tehran.
"Netanyahu must explain how Israel, as the only possessor of nuclear weapons in the Middle East region, can put itself in a position to level such brazen accusations against a country whose (nuclear) program has been repeatedly declared as peaceful by the IAEA", Zarif was quoted as saying.
But Netanyahu said Iran's aggression is clear.
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"We will continue to act against you in Syria, we will act against you in Lebanon, we will act against you in Iraq". The US announced its withdrawal in May this year and the reimposition of economic sanctions on Iran. "In fact, the more they slay, the more you pay".
His warnings to Iran and Hezbollah, its proxy in Lebanon, for playing with fire failed to get across to European Union which continues to be committed to the nuclear deal with Iran and doing business with the country.
'Since we raided the atomic archive, they've been busy cleaning out the atomic warehouse.
The Mossad material also proved Iran had lied about equipment for neutron research which it said was not in its possession and about its possession of a sophisticated camera that could capture the moment of the chain reaction that leads to the detonation of an atomic bomb.
Iranians also mocked Netanyahu's claims about the site, with many posting selfies of themselves outside the warehouse over the weekend and reporting that "nothing was going on". Accordingly, any step we take here will serve the defense of our nation and your revolution.More news: Play Streaming Games Through Chrome Thanks to Google's Project Stream