Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Iran nuclear deal: Israeli minister warns accord could end in suitcase bomb

Ben Lynfield
London Independent
November 25, 2013
Netanyahu is the first Israeli prime minister born in the state after it's foundation.
An internationally isolated Benjamin Netanyahu termed the world powers’ agreement with Iran a “historic mistake” that advanced Tehran towards nuclear weapons capability.

“What was agreed in Geneva is not a historic agreement but a historic mistake,” the Israeli Prime Minister told his cabinet hours after the accord was reached. “Today the world became a much more dangerous place because the most dangerous regime in the world has made a significant step to attaining the most dangerous weaponry in the world.”

While the agreement limits Iran to enriching uranium by a maximum of 5 percent, it casts aside Israel’s demand that enrichment be eliminated entirely, something seen in the West as unrealistic.

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