Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif today accused Israel of wanting to "Torpedo" An agreement on Iran's nuclear program. "We have reason to be suspicious of every move they make... Every move they make is about spreading tension and mistrust," He said at a news conference in Rome.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he opposes the deal sought by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry that would loosen economic sanctions on Tehran in exchange for suspending part of its nuclear program. "It's a bad deal -- an exceedingly bad deal," Netanyahu told CNN on Sunday. He said he wants further concessions from Iran before any sanctions are relaxed. Ref. CNN
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Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) renewed the warnings issued by the Iranian Supreme Leader about Tehran's crushing response to any possible Israeli attack, reiterating that Iran will destroy Israel if it comes under the Zionists' attack. Ref. Source 9
The world must not enter into the nuclear arms deal with Iran that is now being negotiated between Iran and six world powers, including the United States, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a joint meeting of Congress today.
The proposed deal "Paves Iran's path to the bomb" And leaves the world with a threat of a nuclear war, Netanyahu said.
The Israeli leader said Iran is playing a game of "hide and cheat" With international nuclear inspectors and that no deal should come until Iran stops its aggression toward its neighbors, stops supporting terrorism around the world and stops threatening Israel. Ref. CNN
The proposed deal on Iran's nuclear program would pose "A grave danger" To the world and threaten Israel's existence because it would leave Iran with an infrastructure it could use to produce nuclear bombs when restrictions on its program eventually are removed, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today.
"Such a deal does not block Iran's path to the bomb," Netanyahu said. "Such a deal paves Iran's path to the bomb."
Six world powers, led by the United States, on Thursday announced a framework deal with Iran limiting its nuclear program. The agreement outlines major points to be fleshed out in a final deal, the details of which have to be worked out by the end of June. Ref. CNN