Prime Minister Netanyahu returned to Israel confident that his United Nations speech had its intended impact – clearly explaining Israel’s position and catapulting the Iranian nuclear issue to international headlines.  The picture of Netanyahu with the diagram of the Iranian bomb was featured on the front page nearly every newspaper in the world.

Nevertheless, the Iranian leadership continued its war of words with Israel over the weekend.  Navy Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi claimed in reference to Israel:

“Today our cyber forces have easily accessed the enemies’ highly classified information, and our cyberwar codes have been promoted in a desirable manner.”

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Hassan Qashqavi, mocked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to the United Nations.   According to the Fars news agency, Qashqavi said:

“The fake regime of Israel is mocked by everyone in the world today, although such cheap actions of the leaders of the occupying Zionist regime are nothing new.”