Haaretz: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at Iran in a speech commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem memorial Wednesday, saying the country and its leadership is intent on destroying Israel.

On Thursday, a nationwide siren and minute of silence will take place in memory of the 6 million Jews systematically killed by Nazi Germany and its collaborators during World War II.

Netanyahu ripped into the landmark nuclear accord reached between Tehran and world powers and said: "I have a message for the leaders of Iran: Don't test Israel's resolve." To the Iranian people, he said: "The regime is oppressing you and when this regime disappears off the face of the earth then our two peoples can live together once more in coexistence," he said.

Netanyahu also raised the recent chemical attack in Syria. "We saw Syrian children that were slaughtered by chemical weapons. One great lesson that has been with us since the Holocaust: Murderous evil that is not stood up against spreads rapidly and gradually, and threatens all of humanity."  >>>