Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he speaks during the India-Israel Business Summit in New Delhi on January 15, 2018. / AFP / MONEY SHARMA
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday he was discussing with India ways to strengthen security cooperation against the menace of from Islamist extremism that both democracies faced.Netanyahu spoke while on a six-day tour of India, the first by an Israeli premier for 15 years, and is being feted by Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, whose Hindu nationalist party has long admired Israel for its tough posture against terrorism.Both Israel and India have long sought to counter militant Islamists -- in Israel's case, mainly from Gaza and Egypt's Sinai region and, in India's case, mainly from Pakistan.
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