Israel Diaspora Ministry Creates Animated Film to Argue Against Iranian Nuclear Weapons Capability (VIDEO)
Israel’s Ministry of Diaspora Affairs on Tuesday released an animated film, explaining the risk the world runs if the currently proposed agreement between Iran and world powers is ratified.
The animated movie was sent to hundreds of Jewish leaders and organizations to raise awareness of the danger Iran will pose to regional and global stability.
Even with an agreement in place, if the Islamic Republic is left just weeks away from producing a nuclear weapon, the film warned, it could follow the path of North Korea, sprinting to gain a bomb after telling the world it would not.
In a letter accompanying the short film, Naftali Bennett, Minister of Jerusalem & Diaspora Affairs, wrote, “Now is the time to speak up and take action to stop a bad deal from being signed that will allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon.”
As well as the danger Iran could pose, the film also warned about it sharing nuclear technology with its proxy armies of Hamas, in Gaza, Hezbollah, in Lebanon, and various other forces, including the government, in Syria.
Watch the animated movie below: