Netanyahu calls on to change or cancel Iran nuclear deal
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on the world to change or cancel a nuclear deal with Iran.
Netanyahu singled out the deal’s so-called “sunset clause” as the most problematic aspect of the accord. He added that Iran must face severe sanctions for its ballistic missile program and should be prevented from extending its influence in Syria, Bloomberg reported.
"The greater danger is not that Iran will rush to a single bomb by breaking the deal, but that Iran will be able to build many bombs by keeping the deal,” Netanyahu said in his UN General Assembly speech in New York.
Denouncing Iran’s threats to destroy Israel, he added that "Israel will defend itself with the full force of our arms and the full power of our convictions."