Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu: ‘What a stunning, historic mistake’

Benjamin NetanyahuBy Lynn R. Mitchell

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the Obama administration’s Iran deal a “stunning, historic mistake” (see Netanyahu calls Iran deal ‘historic mistake’ by Joshua Mitnick in the Wall Street Journal):

When you are willing to make an agreement at any cost, this is the result. From the initial reports we can already conclude that this agreement is an historic mistake for the world.

Far-reaching concessions have been made in all areas that were supposed to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons capability. In addition, Iran will receive hundreds of billions of dollars with which it can fuel its terror machine and its expansion and aggression throughout the Middle East and across the globe.

One cannot prevent an agreement when the negotiators are willing to make more and more concessions to those who, even during the talks, keep chanting: ‘Death to America.’

We knew very well that the desire to sign an agreement was stronger than anything, and therefore we did not commit to preventing an agreement.

We did commit to preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, and this commitment still stands.

For Israel, the Obama administration has been considered a threat to their future. Today, that threat continues.

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2 thoughts on “Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu: ‘What a stunning, historic mistake’

  1. […] See also Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu: ‘What a stunning, historic mistake.’ […]

  2. […] See also a statement from 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush (‘This isn’t diplomacy – it is appeasement’) and a statement from Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu: ‘What a stunning, historic mistake’). […]

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