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Iran threat is paramount for new Israeli government: Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Israeli President Shimon Peres shake hands at the conclusion of a brief ceremony at the president's residence in Jerusalem February 2, 2013. Israeli President Shimon Peres on Saturday formally asked incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a new governing coalition following the January 22 general election. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Israeli President Shimon Peres shake hands at the conclusion of a brief ceremony at the president's residence in Jerusalem February 2, 2013. Israeli President Shimon Peres on Saturday formally asked...more

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Israeli President Shimon Peres shake hands at the conclusion of a brief ceremony at the president's residence in Jerusalem February 2, 2013. Israeli President Shimon Peres on Saturday formally asked incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a new governing coalition following the January 22 general election. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) receives a folder from Israeli President Simon Peres in a brief ceremony at the president's residence in Jerusalem February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) receives a folder from Israeli President Simon Peres in a brief ceremony at the president's residence in Jerusalem February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) receives a folder from Israeli President Simon Peres in a brief ceremony at the president's residence in Jerusalem February 2, 2013. REUTERS/Jim Hollander/Pool
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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a statement at his office in Jerusalem January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a statement at his office in Jerusalem January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a statement at his office in Jerusalem January 23, 2013. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
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