Netanyahu said Israel will not be bound by any deal that prevents Iran from developing nuclear weapons

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Donald Trump in a letter on Sunday that Israel will not be bound by any deal that prevents the Islamic Republic from developing nuclear weapons, Israeli media reported…

Netanyahu said Israel will not be bound by any deal that prevents Iran from developing nuclear weapons

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Donald Trump in a letter on Sunday that Israel will not be bound by any deal that prevents the Islamic Republic from developing nuclear weapons, Israeli media reported on Monday.

Israel’s pursuit of a nuclear weapon is an existential threat, the Jerusalem Post reported, quoting Israeli media.

The relationship between Israel and Iran is marked by distrust and distrust has produced a bilateral situation that neither leader, Netanyahu nor President Hassan Rouhani, would like to enjoy.

Israel and Iran are at odds over Iran’s ballistic missile program, the disputed status of the city of Jerusalem and its role in the bloody conflict in Yemen.

The president of the nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, whose deadline was extended twice by the U.S. Congress, heads to New York on Monday and will be recognized by the United Nations’ secretary-general as head of a “good faith” nation.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will travel to the region on Tuesday to discuss the sunset clause on Iran sanctions with Iranian officials.

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