Netanyahu: If it weren’t for Israel, Iran would’ve had nukes long ago
Premier vows that the nuclear agreement struck between the major world powers and Iran “is not the last word.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday vowed that the nuclear agreement struck between the major world powers and Iran “is not the last word.”
“We brought the Iranian issue to the attention of world public opinion,” Netanyahu said. “If it wasn’t for us, there would not have been a discussion about it.”
“If it weren’t for Israel’s efforts, Iran would’ve gained possession of a nuclear weapon a long time ago,” the prime minister said.
“We are not bound by this agreement and we will continue to oppose it,” Netanyahu said. “This agreement is bad on all counts. Whoever says that the deal needs to be evaluated in the future needs to take into account the fact that it will be examined in the immediate future.”
“When we read the agreement, the picture becomes even bleaker because we discover more absurd things in it,” the premier said.
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