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Israeli minister Rafi Eitan says Tel Aviv might kidnap Iran's President Ahmadinejad over his anti-Israel remarks.
The one-time spy and Israeli minister Rafi Eitan says Tel Aviv might kidnap Iran's President Ahmadinejad over his anti-Israel remarks.
In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, the former Mossad agent said 'the era of hunting down old Nazis is over, but that's not to say that such [kidnapping] operations are completely a thing of the past.'
"A man like Ahmadinejad who threatens genocide has to be brought for trial in The Hague. And all options are open in terms of how he should be brought," said Eitan.
Israel considers Iran a threat to its existence and security after alleged statements by the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that 'Israel should be wiped off the map'.
Under such pretext, Tel Aviv has made numerous threats against the Islamic Republic.
Iran, however, has repeatedly stated that President Ahmadinejad's remarks were grossly mistranslated and taken out of context.