PM Netanyahu denounced repeated concessions stemming from Iran’s stubbornness while Minister Steinitz told cabinet, inspection system is flawed, allowing Iran the time to cover up any of many possible illegal activities.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused world powers on Sunday of stepping up concessions to Iran to enable a deal by June 30 on curbing its nuclear program even as Tehran balks at demands for heightened UN inspections.
President of Iran Hassan Rouhani – Photo: AP
Netanyahu has argued that the agreement in the works would not deny Iran, which says its nuclear projects are peaceful, the means of making a bomb, while granting it sanctions relief that could help bankroll its guerrilla allies in the region. Continue Reading »
In warning that a nuclear deal with Iran will spur nuclear proliferation in the Gulf, former Saudi intelligence chief says, ‘If Iran is allowed the ability to enrich uranium… we’ll want the same.’
Any terms that world powers grant Iran under a nuclear deal will be sought by Saudi Arabia and other countries, risking wider proliferation of atomic technology, a senior Saudi prince warned on Monday in a BBC interview.
US Secretary of State John Kerry in Riyadh – Photo: AFP
“I’ve always said whatever comes out of these talks, we will want the same,” said Prince Turki al-Faisal, who has previously served as head of Saudi intelligence and Riyadh’s ambassador to Washington and London but is no longer a government official. Continue Reading »
The latest IAEA report justifies Israel’s concerns that Iran is secretly advancing their nuclear weapons program while Obama administration is engulfed in tedious political games & fruitless diplomatic talks.
By Israel Today Staff
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday was astonished that even as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) once again acknowledges in its latest report that Iran is likely building a nuclear bomb, the West, led by the Obama Administration, remains mired in fruitless diplomatic talks with Tehran.
Israel’s PM Netanyahu Furious: Iran Builds Bomb While the West Just Talk – Israel Today
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In its report dated last Thursday, the IAEA detailed that at the facilities and programs open to it, Iran appears to be complying with international demands regarding its nuclear program.
After US President Barack Obama’s administration admitted on Wednesday to withholding details
of the Iran nuclear deal from Israel, and accusing Israel of misrepresenting the talks, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu responded on Thursday saying Israel knows the details
of the planned nuclear deal.
Binyamin Netanyahu in Lod – Screenshot
Speaking at the Public Security Ministry in Lod, Netanyahu remarked “we know that Tehran knows the details of the talks. Continue Reading »