Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will call for an end to incitement on the Temple Mount and discuss “Israel’s desire for peace with the Palestinians” during a meeting with John Kerry. Netanyahu also said that during his address this week to the United Nations General Assembly he would speak about the Iran nuclear deal and the threat to Israel from Syria, in a statement as he boarded a plane Tuesday morning for the United Nations headquarters in New York. “Each time that I address the United Nations I feel the privilege and great honor of telling the truth before the world on behalf of the citizens of Israel, on behalf of our country. The world needs to know what the citizens of Israel feel about the nuclear agreement with Iran and what we expect from the international community in the wake of this agreement,” Netanyahu said.
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