Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly at the UN in New York on Oct. 1, 2015. AFP PHOTO/JEWEL SAMAD
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that Iran had delivered a number of SA-22 anti-aircraft and Yakhont anti-ship missiles to Hezbollah in Lebanon to target Israel, vowing to "act" to prevent future weapons transfers.Israel fears both weapons could serve a major blow to their aerial and naval forces in any future war against Hezbollah.Israel is believed to have carried out a series of airstrikes on arms depots and convoys in Syria allegedly bound for Hezbollah in Lebanon since early 2013 .
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