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B. Later comment by MK Naftali Bennett
From: Dr. Aaron Lerner – IMRA:
November 8, 2013
PM Netanyahu’s Remarks Following his Meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry
(Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, this morning (Friday, 8 November 2013), made the following remarks after his meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry:
“I met Secretary Kerry right before he leaves to Geneva. I reminded him that he said that no deal is better than a bad deal.
And the deal that is being discussed in Geneva right now is a bad deal. It’s a very bad deal.
Iran is not required to take apart even one centrifuge.
But the international community is relieving sanctions on Iran for the first time after many years.
Iran gets everything that it wanted at this stage and pays nothing. And this is when Iran is under severe pressure.
I urge Secretary Kerry not to rush to sign, to wait, to reconsider, to get a good deal. But this is a bad deal, a very, very, bad deal. It’s the deal of a century for Iran; it‚s a very dangerous and bad deal for peace and the international community.”
B. MK Naftali Bennett – Israel Security Cabinet
Special Message from Minister, and member of the Security Cabinet, Naftali Bennett, in regards to talks with Iran:
8 November 2013 (facebook)
These critical days in November will be remembered for years to come.
The Free World stands before a fork in the road with a clear choice: Either stand strong and insist Iran dismantles its nuclear-weapons program, or surrender, cave in and allow Iran to retain its 18,500 centrifuges.
Years from now, when an Islamic terrorist blows up a suitcase in New York, or when Iran launches a nuclear missile at Rome or Tel Aviv, it will have happened only because a Bad Deal was made during these defining moments.
Like in a boxing match, Iran’s regime is currently on the floor. The count is just seconds away from 10. Now is the time to step up the pressure and force Iran to dismantle its nuclear program. Not to let it up.
It would be dangerous to lift the sanctions and accept a deal which allows Iran to retain its entire uranium-production line.
It would be dangerous because Iran would, a year, two or three from now, just turn everything back on and obtain a nuclear weapon before the world can do anything to stop it.
It is not enough to shut off the centrifuges. They need to be completely dismantled.
We call upon the West to avoid signing a Bad Deal.
Israel’s responsibility is to ensure the security of its citizens and that is exactly what we will do.
We will never outsource our security.
IMRA – Independent Media Review and Analysis
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