Watch: Netanyahu urges world to reject deal with Iran on heels of Kerry comments

In comments made Saturday evening, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized the Lausanne framework agreement reached by the Islamic Republic and world powers last month, saying it "fails to meet the challenges" posed by the Iranian regime and urged the international community to hold out for a better deal.

In a YouTube video, Netanyahu began by thanking the Washington Institute for Near East Policy for its valuable "scholarly analysis of the Middle East," before switching his attention to Iran and the threat it posses both to the Jewish State and the US.

"The Iranian regime proudly proclaims its hatred for the US and Israel. It repeatedly threatens to annihilate us" both, the prime minister said.


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