Netanyahu on Iran Deal: “Not a Breakthrough, It’s a Breakdown”

YERUSHALAYIM (Hamodia Staff) -

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned on Sunday that post-deadline talks with Iran over its nuclear program signaled “not a breakthrough, but a breakdown.”

Netanyahu charged that Western powers were making dangerous concessions to Tehran in a desperate, last-ditch effort to get a deal signed.

The deal emerging from talks in Vienna “will pave Iran’s way to produce the cores of many atomic bombs and it will also flood Iran with hundreds of millions of dollars that will serve it in its aggression and its mission of terror in the region and the world,” the prime minister warned.

Netanyahu asserted further that what’s on the table in Vienna is worse than the nuclear deal that had been signed with North Korea which enabled Pyongyang to obtain its nuclear arsenal.

“However, here we are talking about a very big conventional and non-conventional threat against Israel, against the countries of the region and against the world,” he stated.