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April 12, 2015 11:10 am

After Obama Query, Netanyahu Repeats ‘Alternative’ to ‘Bad’ Iran Nuke Deal

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo: Israeli Prime Ministers Office.

Iran can’t afford to walk away from the negotiating table, so the six world powers have leverage to push for a good deal that would halt Iran’s nuclear weapons program, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday in a statement he released to the press.

“Iran needs a deal more than anyone. Instead of making dangerous concessions to Iran, now is the time for the international community to reassert and fortify its original demands for a better deal,” Netanyahu said.

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