Israel says world "more dangerous" after Geneva deal

Israel says world "more dangerous" after Geneva deal
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One government looking on at the events in Geneva is appalled at the nuclear deal and does not welcome it as a step towards peace.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Natanyahu has expressed his dismay, claiming it endangers Israel and that Iran is not to be trusted.

“What was achieved last night in Geneva is not an historic agreement, it is an historic mistake,” he said. “Today the world became a much more dangerous place because the most dangerous regime in the world made a significant step in obtaining the most dangerous weapons in the world.”

Those who have signed the deal say that is precisely what it prevents and that Israel should relax. But Tel Aviv is utterly convinced that one mistake now could mean disaster later on.

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