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In the case of Iran's nuclear plans to build a vault.
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With enough enriched uranium and -- -- 70% of the -- -- -- well into the second stage a red line should be drawn.
Before -- -- completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment.
Necessary to make a bomb.
-- Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu calling for a red lines being drawn over Iran's nuclear program.
It is our top story tonight Netanyahu is taking a tough stance.
But will be US backed him up if Israel does go to war with Iran for more I'm joined.
Fox News mideast analyst and author of the coming revolution.
Wally -- thanks coming back to the show.
We appreciate your time this -- -- it was a pretty dramatic statement.
To stand up before the UN with his board I mean it was a little Wylie coyote road -- there with a bomb right in front of it but.
You know as simple as it was it made his point do you think that he -- progress.
Us whether he did make progress in the sense that he finally delivered himself.
The image you wanted to deliver first of the Iranian regime.
-- Ahmadinejad spoke before him.
That now the international community is and -- on the one hand and also.
He's informing the American public he's getting them that Israel is in a position whereby if there is no red line.
By the international community by the United States -- that may have to do it has to do and then make the phone call.
Yeah I mean we are all sort of -- the news German kind of stood up and looked at this -- he's holding up this giant white board to make his point.
What do you think the reaction will be now.
What the reaction of course on behalf of the Iranian regime and their allies that would be -- Syrian regime.
Hezbollah and other -- some politicians in Iraq you know Hamas may be.
They -- of course at -- criticize the prime minister of Israel and accused him of escalation reality is that others in the region such as the saudis the kuwaitis those are threatened by the by the -- -- Have somebody to speak on their behalf but not an Arab leader -- -- of Israel.
Yeah I know I mean I was in the Middle East recently an -- and -- there are nervous I -- they definitely look at this as side you know being almost in inevitable conclusion at this point.
Do you think 70%.
To a bomb is about where they are you think it's even.
I think the Iraqis are working on two tracks one is.
To get to the bomb maybe 7% or so possibly.
But there's another track Melissa which is the missiles if you don't have a delivery system could have the bomb and put it.
You know and downtown Tehran and that's what the concern is a pentagon report couple months ago said.
That they have a fleet of missiles that can reach a just Israel but are six -- in the -- -- uranium most of the -- -- world and and Europe as well.
Yeah I mean obviously the human impact is enormous and that's -- thing in the forefront of all of our -- the worst show that's about monies we wanna talk about the financial impact -- well.
I mean what does this mean for the price of oil and you know economic stability really around the -- -- Absolutely we all know the value of the importance of the gulf area in terms of oil and -- -- And energy what you want -- was trying to say and to do is to declare I have the weapon I have to delivery system.
Therefore when they -- not destabilize Saudi Arabia destabilize the gulf.
Countries in the world would be -- So there is a link between Iran's regime deputy stronger would missiles and bombs and its capacity.
Of destabilizing world economy.
Through the gulf.
What do you think is the appropriate response because we were talking on the show yesterday about how sanctions it seems like are not necessarily working as we highlighted.
A company that's going and buying Iranian oil and is reported we've been selling it to China so it seems like the sanctions.
Aren't necessarily that -- fact it.
For a simple reason minutes.
That not all of those who should be putting sanctions are putting sanctions on Iran is trading with a everybody else then the coalition that is putting sanctions.
Sanctions alone won't work they are necessary but not in all -- the only thing we need to do.
Number two of course you have in the to -- get -- -- the strike but that is only when we are short.
But the Iraqis have crossed that red line third and most important I guess -- to work with the Iranian opposition with the Iranian students and women and minorities those who.
Due to the streets into -- -- in June -- -- -- -- very close from shaken off the foundation of the regime unfortunately wasn't them did not seize the moment that.
Wally thank you so much wanted everyone in our audience who may have missed that speech to see those images -- they are -- thanks for joining us we appreciate it.
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