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July 19, 2015 11:53 am

Netanyahu: Khamenei’s ‘Defiant Response’ to Nuclear Deal Proves Iran Won’t Change Policy to ‘Arm Terrorism’

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said anyone who thought Iran would change its policy got a defiant response from Khamenei. Photo: Screenshot.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran has shown that its policies will not change. Photo: Screenshot.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the Iranian nuclear agreement at the cabinet meeting stating: “If anyone thought that Iran’s exaggerated concessions will change its policy, they received this weekend a defiant response in Iran ruler Khamenei’s aggressive and defiant speech. The Iranians are not even trying to hide the fact that they will take advantage of the tens of billions they receive as part of this agreement to arm terrorism.”

He added: “They say explicitly that they will continue their struggle against the United States and its allies, first and foremost Israel, of course.”

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  • Dr.Joji Cherian

    Benjamin Netanyahu

    Tel Aviv
    No treaty of friendship was signed between USA and Iran.

  • Iran is totally unaware of the fact that it has no reason to be anti-Israel. Iran does not support the Palestinians and never has. Palestinians are both Arab and Sunni. Iran does not care what happens to them.
    The most powerful and dangerous hatreds on earth have always been those with no motive whatsoever. Hitler had no reason to persecute Jews. He need Jewish scientists. He would have loved the music of Mahler more than that of any other composer, since he adored Bruckner and Richard Strauss. If he hadn’t killed or driven out Jewish scientists (including Enrico Fermi, who was not Jewish but had a Jewish wife, which made him Jewish under the Nuremberg laws), Germany would have been the first country on earth to have the atomic bomb.
    Iran, for most of its history, has been relatively friendly to Jews, going back to the days of Queen Esther. Since Iran has no motive, its hatred for Israel is totally out of control, and has led Iran to pursue its nuclear capabilities.
    Nobody on earth (except me) has figured out that Iran is being entirely illogical in opposing Israel’s existence.