- Netanyahu: Iran nuclear deal endangers Israel, we will defend ourselves (Haaretz, Nov 24, 2014):
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett, meanwhile, said that Israel was not obligated to adhere to the agreement reached with the Iran, “to a deal that endangers its existence.”
The State of Israel has the right to defend itself and is capable of doing so, Bennett said in an interview with Army Radio, warning that if Iran gets a nuclear bomb, it meant that Saudi Arabia and Syria could also, setting in motion the chance of a fully nuclear Middle East.
“The bad deal that was signed gives Iran exactly what it wanted – a serious lessening of sanctions as well as preserving the most significant parts of its nuclear program,” Bennett added. “If in another five years a suitcase nuke explodes in New York or Madrid, it will be because of the deal that was signed this morning. There’s a long path ahead, and we will continue to act on all levels.”
A suitcase nuke exploding in New York or Madrid?
Who would be stupid enough to do that? Certainly not Iran.
Cui bono? Certainly not Iran.
“Iran has not started a war in over 300 years.”
(Source: Veterans Today)