Natanyahu Blasts Sham Nuclear Talks After Iranian General Promises to Annihilate Israel ➠ Video

Natanyahu Blasts Sham Nuclear Talks After Iranian General Promises to Annihilate Israel (VIDEO)

Yesterday, Obama’s peace partners were out threatening to annihilate Israel again.
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Iranian protesters promise to wipe out Israel.

The Iranian commander of the exclusive Basij militia said erasing Israel from the map is “nonnegotiable.” Mohammad Reza Naqdi also threatened Saudi Arabia and admitted to arming West Bank militants.

Today Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to America’s sham negotiations with the Iranian regime.

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Via The Washington Free Beacon:


Transcript from the video:

Yesterday an Iranian general brazenly declared and I quote: ‘Israel’s destruction is non-negotiable’, but evidently giving Iran’s murderous regime a clear path to the bomb is negotiable. This is unconscionable. I agree with those who have said that Iran’s claim that its nuclear program is only for peaceful purposes doesn’t square with Iran’s insistence on keeping underground nuclear facilities, advanced centrifuges and a heavy water reactor. Nor does it square with Iran’s insistence on developing ICBMs and its refusal to come clean with the IAEA on its past weaponization efforts. At the same time, Iran is accelerating its campaign of terror, subjugation and conquest throughout the region, most recently in Yemen.

The concessions offered to Iran in Lausanne would ensure a bad deal that would endanger Israel, the Middle East and the peace of the world.

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