Israel PM warns on Iran deal

Investor's Business Daily
November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/14/2013, pA02
Benjamin Netanyahu warned that war could be the result of a bad deal between the major powers and Iran over the latter's nuclear program. Netanyahu has been railing against the recent talks with the Islamic republic, saying that Tehran is just stalling long enough to put the finishing touches on its nuclear work, which many countries believe has military capabilities. Tehran says the nuclear program is for its own energy needs.


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