Published On: Fri, Apr 3rd, 2015

Netanyahu: Iran deal will ‘threaten survival of Israel’ and risk of ‘horrific war’

Israeli Primie Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, warns that the nuclear deal with Iran based on current framework will “threaten the survival of Israel” and would increase the risk of a “horrific war.”

The Israeli Prime Minister confirmed his views were expressed to President Obama directly, detailing his opposition to a framework agreement reached with Israel on Thursday.

Benjamin Netanyahu  photo/ donkey hotey

Benjamin Netanyahu photo/ donkey hotey

Netanyahu has once again called for a “better deal”insisting that the only way to reach it would be “standing firm and increasing the pressure on Iran.”

Netanyahu warned that if the final deal due to be signed in June, fell in line with the current framework, it would “increase the risks of nuclear proliferation in the region and the risks of a horrific war.”

Successful negotiations and a sealed deal would “legitimize” Iran’s nuclear program, which Netanyahu insists is militarized and designed to increase aggression and bring more terror throughout the Middle East.

At a meeting on Friday, the Israeli security cabinet voiced its opposition to the Iran nuclear deal and Netanyahu is expected to his country today.

Obama called Netanyahu on Thursday evening to discuss the agreement reached with Iran following eight-day talks in Switzerland and convince him that the deal represents significant progress toward cutting off “all of Iran’s pathways to a nuclear weapon.”

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