Israelis expressed support on Wednesday for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to the U.N. General Assembly.
Netanyahu called Iranian President Hassan Rowhani a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” and attacked him for not being trustworthy during his address. Israel Hayom reports:
Israeli Ami Gat told Reuters Television in Jerusalem that he is convinced that Israel is willing and capable of attacking Iran on its own "if necessary."
"I am not a big fan of Bibi [Netanyahu], but the speech was excellent. And I say, as someone who grew up here, if we need to do this on our own, we'll do it, we won't have a choice," Gat said.
Jerusalem resident Bracha, echoing a similar sentiment said: "If we need to fight alone, we will do to it, because we have not another choice."