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Netanyahu worried Syrian Islamists gain chemical weapons

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the Syrian crisis in a BBC interview on Thursday and expressed his concerns with al-Qaeda affiliated rebel groups and the possibility of their attaining chemical weapons.

 

"These are the worst Islamist radicals in the world, so obviously we are concerned that weapons that are ground breaking, that can change the balance of power in the Middle East would fall into the hands of these terrorists," he said. (AP)