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3 December 2020

Prime Minister Netanyahu argued that “it would be a mistake to go back to the faulty nuclear deal with Iran… under the previous agreement, Iran was allowed to develop modern centrifuges that double its uranium enrichment capability, giving them an instant bomb”. Referring to the 27 November killing of a senior Iranian nuclear scientist, Netanyahu said: “They always blame us, whether it is true or false. Anything that happens in Iran is blamed on us”.

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