M302 rockets found aboard the Klos C ship are displayed at an Israeli navy base in the Red Sea resort city of Eilat March 10, 2014. REUTERS/Amir Cohen
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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday lashed out at the world for its "hypocrisy" over Iran as he unveiled a shipment of arms allegedly dispatched to Gaza by Tehran.There were some in the international community who did not want Israel to expose "the truth behind the false smiles of Iran," he said, dismissing Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, a reputed moderate, as nothing more than "a PR man".Israel has said it has "solid and incriminating evidence" that Iran planned and executed the weapons shipment, but so far it has not made such evidence public.Iran has flatly denied any involvement with the shipment, which Israel believes was destined for the radical Islamic Jihad, which operates out of the Hamas-run Gaza Strip.Israel, which believes Iran is still trying to build a military nuclear capability, has repeatedly insisted that the only thing Tehran has changed is its tactics.
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