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Nov 24, 2013 | 15:29 GMT

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Israel: Prime Minister Calls Iran Deal 'A Historic Mistake'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu criticized the agreement between Iran and the P-5+1 countries on Sunday, saying that the world had become a more dangerous place, AP reported Nov. 24. Israel has openly condemned attempts to legitimize Iran's nuclear program, fearing that the continued ability to enrich uranium could lead to the construction of a nuclear weapon and a direct threat to Israel's survival. Speaking to his Cabinet on Nov. 24, Netanyahu said that Israel would not let Iran develop a nuclear military capability.

 

 

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