PM says nuclear deal paves way for atom bombs, will fill Iran’s coffers to fund more mischief

Hours before US President Barack Obama will tell the Israeli public in an interview on Channel 2 that the emerging deal with Iran is in the best interests of its security, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the deal and said Israel must “first and foremost” rely on itself.

Netanyahu, speaking at the Home Command headquarters in the midst of a nationwide drill simulating conflict on multiple fronts, said the challenges facing Israel, including the threat of rocket and missile fire, are “piling up.”

Most of the missiles and rockets aimed at Israel have been supplied by Iran, he said. “When speaking of Israelis’ security I rely first and foremost on ourselves, and proof of this is the agreement emerging between the world powers and Iran,” he said.


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