What does the US Government say about Israel’s claim that it will stop building missiles in the West Bank?

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In what has become a familiar story in Israel, a senior Israeli official told the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday that Israel’s Defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, would no longer use the word “ironclad” when referring to the Iron Dome missile defense system that has been in place since 2015.

The official, speaking at the Security Council’s first major forum on the crisis in the Middle East, was speaking after Israeli President Shimon Peres urged all nations to do what they could to stop Iran from acquiring weapons.

Lieberman said the country will not stop its efforts to defend itself and its allies against the threat posed by Iran’s military, which he said was capable of carrying out acts of terror against Israel.

The defense minister said the Israeli military would respond with force only if the United States, the United Kingdom and France asked Israel to do so.

Lieberman has been warning that Iran is planning to acquire weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, as part of a regional arms race that has left Israel in the lurch, leading to the destruction of much of the Middle Eastern nation.

Last week, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel was preparing to launch a preemptive strike against Iran and called for the deployment of an Iron Dome anti-missile system, which has been deployed in the Golan Heights since 2015, to protect Israel from Iran.

The U.S. State Department on Tuesday released a report, “The Challenge of Iran’s Nuclear Program: A New Assessment,” which said that Iran’s nuclear ambitions have accelerated and that Tehran is developing new nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.

A recent report from the Congressional Research Service found that Iran has spent $100 billion on developing ballistic missiles, submarines and drones in the past decade.

The report also found that the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has concluded that Iran “continues to be in violation of its obligations under the Non-Proliferation Treaty.”

The report found that “Iran has also engaged in illicit activities that threaten the region and international peace and security.”

The Obama administration has said that Tehran has been complying with its obligations.

The State Department’s report also pointed out that Iran was “conducting significant covert actions, including illicit arms trafficking, cyber espionage and cyber attacks against the United states.”

Israel’s Defense Ministry spokesman, Maj. Gen. Yoav Mordechai, said in a statement Tuesday that the Defense Minister had said “Iron Dome” in a way that is not appropriate for the Israeli defense minister.

“The use of Iron Dome is an indication that the minister is unaware of the seriousness of the threat,” Mordechaei said.

“We are committed to defending ourselves and our allies against any potential threats.

The IDF does not want to be defined by a single action, but we are ready for any contingency.”

The Israeli Defense Ministry also issued a statement on Tuesday saying that the U.N. report “clearly stated that Iran will continue its hostile actions, and that Israel is prepared to defend its citizens from any threat.”

“Israel does not consider its actions in the [region] as unilateral, and the fact that it has been able to maintain the capability of defending itself and our forces against threats does not change that,” Mordehai said.

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