‘Historic Mistake’: Netanyahu Says Israel Not Bound By Iran Nuke Deal

Wish we could not be bound by what Obama does….
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A “dangerous” and “historic mistake” was how Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu characterized the deal reached in Geneva between six world powers, the so-called P5+1 – the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, and China, facilitated by the European Union – and Iran.

Netanyahu told the Israeli cabinet Sunday that Jerusalem was not bound by the agreement which legitimizes Iranian nuclear enrichment, according to Israel Radio.

Saying that Iran was committed to Israel’s destruction and that the Jewish state has the right to defend itself, Netanyahu reiterated that Jerusalem would not stand by as Iran gains nuclear weapons capability.
Israel’s scathing reaction is tied to the fact that the agreement does not force Iran to stop enriching uranium, or to dismantle any of its existing centrifuges, or agree to a completely unrestricted inspection regime by the International Atomic Energy Agency, Israeli media are reporting.

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