Netanyahu says word fears about Iran to UN

ARON HELLER
September 27, 2012
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FILE - In this Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 file photo, a visitor looks at portraits of Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the exhibition "faces of power" by Greek photo artist Platon Antoniou, shown at the Photokina 2012 in Cologne, Germany. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heads to the United Nations this week with a single item on his agenda: Iran. Netanyahu is convinced the Islamic Republic isn't taking American vows to block it from acquiring nuclear weapons seriously and that time is quickly running out to stop them. (AP Photo / Martin Meissner, File)

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns that Iran will have enough enriched uranium to make a nuclear bomb by next summer.

Speaking Thursday before the United Nations, Netanyahu said the world must draw a clear "red line" to make Iran back down from its nuclear plans. He said it is getting "late, very late" to stop Iran.

Netanyahu has repeatedly argued that time is quickly running out to stop the Islamic Republic from becoming a nuclear power and the threat of force must be seriously considered.