“The new deal could bring Tehran billions of dollars to be used to attack Israel,” Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said last night.
Today, in an interview on 103 FM, MK Ram Ben Barak (Yesh Atid), Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense, responded to this statement in such a way that &ldquo ;The current state of being stuck is not so good as it is not profitable”.
“Good deal, I see. will be good. And the bad one will depend on how much worse it is. Because a bad deal, as a fixed state, could be much worse than the uncertainty we have now.”
seriously damaged our relations with the Democratic Party, and now we are paying a high price for it.
“I hope the new agreement will be good, something we can live with here, but not something that will provide them with something beyond fantasy.
Last night, Bennett spoke to Jewish organizations in the US and voiced two points from the talks with Iran in Vienna that have not yet been made public.
Bennett claimed that in the talks in Vienna, Iran demanded the exclusion of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from the US administration's terrorist list. “This is the height of impudence,” Bennett said. “The Iranians want the world's largest terrorist organization to get an exemption.” Bennett also said that Iran demanded during the talks to close investigations conducted by the International Atomic Energy Agency on suspicion of developing nuclear weapons. The Biden administration rejected this Iranian demand.
Bennett is confident that another agreement could lead to “greater violence and destabilization in the Middle East.” While there is no doubt that America is our great and powerful friend, we are the ones who live in this region and it is we who will bear the consequences,” said the prime minister.