Terrified Netanyahu Demands Iran Nuclear Deal Include “Recognizing Israel”
Terrified by the Iranian achievement of reaching an agreement with the global powers on key parameters of the nuclear deal, Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded Friday that any nuclear pact signed with Iran must endorse what he called “Israel’s right to exist”, while also insisting pressure be kept up to ensure a sound deal is reached.
While calling the emerging deal a bad one, he said the choice was not only between a bad deal or war.
“There is a third alternative – standing firm, increasing the pressure on Iran until a good deal is achieved,” he said in a statement.
And “Israel demands that any final agreement with Iran will include a clear and unambiguous Iranian recognition of Israel’s right to exist.”