At the United Nations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drew a clear red line in hope that Iran will back down from a path towards nuclear weapon development. Three rounds of talks with Iran this year have not yet lead the country to halt its nuclear program.
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who on Monday said that the Israeli people had 'no roots' in their territory, was scolded by his Israeli counterpart, Shimon Peres, who called the Iranian president's speech 'embarrassing.'
Speaking before the United Nations General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to make a case against Iran, calling for 'red lines' that will trigger a US attack on the Islamic State.
Criticizing the US and UN, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, said the world should have condemned the violent death of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi the same way it did US Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens.
President Ahmadinejad of Iran, speaking at the United Nations, criticized the existing model as unfair, militaristic, and the reason 'uncivilized Zionists' are threatening his country. He did not address the reason for those tensions – Iran's nuclear program.