(Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Sunday, 5 April 2015), was interviewed on ABC, CNN and NBC. He said that the deal with Iran was a dream deal for Iran but a nightmare deal for the world.
Prime Minister Netanyahu said on NBC:
“The entire world celebrated the deal with North Korea. It deemed to be a great breakthrough; it would bring an end to North Korea’s nuclear program; you’d have inspectors. That would do the job. And of course everybody applauded it, but it turned out to be a very, very bad deal and you know where we are with North Korea. I think the same thing would be true in the case of Iran, except that Iran is a great deal more dangerous than North Korea. It’s a militant Islamic power bent on regional domination, in fact, bent on world domination, as it openly says so. They just chanted ‘Death to America’ a few days ago on the streets of Tehran, the same streets where they’re rejoicing right now. Don’t give the preeminent terrorist state of our time the access to a nuclear program that could help them make nuclear weapons. It’s very bad for all of us.”
Excerpt from PM Netanyahu’s Remarks at the Event Marking 50 Years since the Liberation and Unification of Jerusalem (Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser) Special Knesset Session for Jerusalem Day! Following is an excerpt from remarks Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made, this evening (Wednesday, 24 May 2017), at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem, at the […]