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February 17, 2015 11:26 am

Netanyahu: If Iran Nuclear Deal is Good, Why Hide the Details?

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Jerusalem Post – Israeli-US public sparring over the Iranian issue continued Monday, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asking, if the emerging agreement with Tehran is a good one, why hide the details? Netanyahu’s comments at the annual meeting in Jerusalem of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations came the same day that The Washington Post‘s David Ignatius reported that the US had decided to “reduce the exchange of sensitive information about the Iran talks,” because of a concern that Netanyahu’s office had leaked “sensitive details” of the US position.

Just as Iran knows what agreement it is being offered, it is only natural that Israel should know as well, since it is the most threatened by a nuclear Iran, Netanyahu said; adding that Israel’s consistent position is that the proposed accords are a danger to Israel’s security.

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  • Jonah

    Sensitive details! This White House has leaked sensitive details until it has become a raging flood. Anything that will jeapordize an effective military campaign against jihadists this white house leaks. In the eyes of the White House the only thing Netanyau could do that would not be criticized would be to fall on his sword and stop defending Israel. Their main concern is, how can we take out Israel as long as they have Nuckear weapons to defend themselves? They find it very difficult to end run that reality. Iran and its nuclear ability to take out Israel is their only solution or elect a liberal who will go into catatonic seizures as the Islamic Huns are crawling over the fence. They are attempting to succeed at both those above mentioned solutions

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