Prime Minister Naftali Bennett asserted that “the emerging [Iran nuclear] deal is likely to create a more violent and less stable Middle East”. He also identified three specific concerns “that we will all need to address”, specifically referring to “a fast track to military-grade enrichment”, Iranian demands on the IAEA ending its safeguards probe, and the flow of “billions of dollars into the Iranian terror machine”. “Israel won’t accept Iran as a nuclear threshold state”, Bennett remarked. “We have a clear and un-negotiable red line: Israel will always maintain its freedom of action to defend itself”. He went on to say that “If I were an investor, Iran is the last place I would invest in. Nobody in his right mind should invest in a country whose number one export – is terrorism".
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