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Netanyahu is wrong on Iran deal

Iran is going beyond its IAEA commitments in the six-month agreement reached in Geneva.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a statement at his office in Jerusalem November 24, 2013. Netanyahu on Sunday denounced the world powers' nuclear agreement with Iran as a historic mistake that left the production of atomic weapons within Tehran's reach. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS) - RTX15R07

Israel's prime minister is wrong.

The latest deal between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany, or P5+1, is not a “historic mistake” because it has allowed the Iranian government to make a “significant step to attaining the most dangerous weaponry in the world,” as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu put it.

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