‘Israel is not bound by this deal with Iran because they continue to seek our destruction’

Wayne Dupree
NewsNinja2012
7/14/2015

Benjamin Netanyahu criticized the newly-finalized nuclear deal with Iran — calling it a “historic mistake.” …

…Netanyahu also took to Twitter earlier today and didn’t leave a stone unturned regarding his feelings on this deal:

“I will refer later to the details of the agreement but I’ll say now,” Netanyahu tweeted, “when willing to make an agreement at any cost, this is the result. From the initial reports we can already conclude that this agreement is a historic mistake.”

Netanyahu also addressed the terms of the deal, saying that his country would not be tied down by the agreement and would continue to defend itself if need be…

 

 
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