Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the American Enterprise Institute's (AEI) Annual Dinner in Washington, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015. AEI presented Netanyahu with their 2015 Iriving Kristol Award. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

In an interview at the American Enterprise Institute conference last November, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was publicly asked how to beat radical Islam. His proposal appeared to have the entire crowd in agreement.

In response to a question about ISIS in the Middle East, Prime Minister Netanyahu explained that it is important to first win the battle physically – not just ideologically.

Netanyahu also explains that Islamist movements in Africa are not yet strong and can be defeated today. “It will be a lot harder to morrow,” he warned.

Watch Netanyahu explain his powerful plan to beat radical Islam.






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