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Netanyahu and Iran: Prophet of Doom, Not Leadership

5 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is, today, doing what he genuinely excels at: warning against the dire consequences of a policy to which he vehemently objects. And there is much to warn about in the Joint Comprehensive Plan...Show More Summary

John Kerry: Iran Nuclear Deal Is Good For Israel's Security

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK -- Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday continued his aggressive defense of the nuclear agreement recently reached with Iran. Pushing back against mounting criticism from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and several...Show More Summary

Deconstructing Netanyahu’s response to the Iran deal

Robert Fantina dissects Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's initial response to the Iran deal and asks, " has a more astoundingly dishonest and hypocritical set of words has ever been uttered?"

The Roundup for July 23rd, 2015

I have returned. What did I miss? International Politics Overall – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: I will “kill myself” to ensure the P5+1-Iran is stopped – Journalist Nick Fillmore joins The Real News to explain the financial deficits behind the Pan-Am Games in Canada – The U.N. envoy to Syria blamed the government for air strikes causing...

US-Israel relations have reached a dramatic low-point

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is, today, doing what he genuinely excels at: warning against the dire consequences of a policy to which he vehemently objects. And there is much to warn about in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which places a moratorium on most of Iran's nuclear progress in exchange for sweeping relief of sanctions. Show More Summary

Netanyahu Hopes US to Maintain Sanctions Against Iran

Despite a “hypocrite” approval of Iran nuclear deal in the UN Security Council, Tehran will have to make further concessions if Washington maintains its economic sanctions against the country, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in local parliament.

Netanyahu's Epic Triumph

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gambled everything on his effort to derail President Obama's Iran diplomacy. He openly supported his 2012 general election opponent. He even accepted a secret invitation to speak before a joint...Show More Summary

UN Security Council unanimously endorses deal to curb Iran's nuclear program

U.N. Security Council votes to endorse Iran nuclear deal Monday in New York. In spite of all the time and space given to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's objections to the Iran nuclear deal, the United Nation's Security Council endorsed it by unanimous vote Monday. Show More Summary

Netanyahu Vows to Keep Fighting Iran Nuclear Deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would continue to make the case against the historic Iran nuclear pact as Congress gets set to vote, calling it “a very bad deal” for everyone in interviews Sunday.

Obama sends Iran deal to wary Congress, Israel urges rejection

TEHRAN/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's administration sent a nuclear agreement with Tehran to Congress on Sunday and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged U.S. lawmakers to reject a deal he said would only feed an "Iranian terror machine".

Netanyahu Warns Iran to Remain Hostile Toward US, Israel Despite Deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Iran will continue struggle against the United States and its allies, first and foremost Israel despite the agreement on Iran's nuclear program.

Netanyahu urges U.S. to hold out for a better Iran deal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged U.S. lawmakers to hold out for a better Iran deal and said there was no way to compensate Israel if the nuclear agreement goes through.

Former Obama Adviser: Give Israel B-52 Bombers to Deter Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been one of most vocal opponents of the Iran nuclear deal. To allay his concerns, a former top advisor to President Obama has recommended providing Israel with B-52 bunker-busting bomber...

Obama Tries to End Israel’s Temper Tantrum Over Iran Deal By Offering Country More Weapons

President Barack Obama’s administration has offered to increase US military aid by nearly fifty percent in order to calm Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders, who are livid as a result of the Iran nuclear deal. “The fact that Netanyahu’s temper tantrum about the Iran deal could go towards an increase in...

Bibi Breaks Down Exactly What He Told Obama Over the Phone Following Iran Deal: ‘I Said…’

As shocking as this sounds, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was not in agreement with the treaty President Obama wants to sign with Iran.  Here’s what he told the President… “Well,

?Netanyahu on Iran deal: "Don't empower your enemies"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu explains his staunch opposition to the Iran nuclear deal

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu blasts Iran nuclear deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly denounced the Iran nuclear deal

Netanyahu: Israel Continues to Oppose Iran Nuke Deal, Reserves All Options

The historic nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 nations has its share of detractors. Perhaps none more so than Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has stated that his administration will not be bound by the accor...

SAD. Obama Slams Netanyahu and Israeli Ambassador During Press Conference on Iran Nuke Deal (VIDEO)

He couldn’t help it. Barack Obama slammed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu again today during his press conference on the... The post SAD. Obama Slams Netanyahu and Israeli Ambassador During Press Conference on Iran Nuke Deal (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Israel’s Netanyahu wants ‘permanent’ tension with Iran, says Britain’s top diplomat

2 weeks agoNews : BlogPost

The most outspoken critic of the accord forged in Vienna between Iran and six world powers has been Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who deemed the moment the agreement was announced as "one of the darkest days in world history." Netanyahu has signaled his intent to fight the deal's passage through U.S. Congress, and he launched an opening […]

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