How will history judge Netanyahu’s fervent opposition to the Iran deal?

CONVINCED THAT the July 14 nuclear agreement between the great powers and Iran threatens Israel’s future, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu remains determined to do all he can to scuttle it.

In his view, the American-led negotiators caved in on a host of crucial issues, the upshot of which is that the radical Iranian regime will soon have billions of freedup dollars to fund terrorist militias, and, at most, in little more than a decade, the capacity and international authorization to produce dozens of nuclear devices in quick succession.

According to Netanyahu, a band of blinkered and weak world leaders, incapable of reading the Middle East, have sacrificed major strategic interests for short term economic and political gain. It is, he says, a mistake of historical dimensions and it threatens not only Israel but world peace.


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