Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Enraged Netanyahu Blasts Nuclear Deal on Iran; Deal Makes World "Much More Dangerous Place"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the nuclear deal announced by world powers and Iran today (July 14, 2015) a "mistake of historic proportions" and vowed to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, according to the USA Today website.

"I call on all of Israel's leaders to set aside petty politics and to unite around the most fateful issue for the security of the state of Israel," an enraged Netanyahu said.

The Israeli leader also emphasized that his nation is not bound by the deal, and reserves the right to defend itself.

The deal makes the world a "much more dangerous place," Netanyahu said, adding it will free up billions of dollars that Iran can use to support terrorism.

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