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Israel’s Lapid campaigns against new deal with Iran in London

Visiting London while the Vienna talks resume, Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid argued that Tehran has no intention of stopping its nuclear program.
Stuart Mitchell

In London today, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson participated in a Hannukah event organized by the Conservative Friends of Israel group.

Addressing the global threats Israel is facing, notably Iran, Hezbollah and Hamas, Lapid said, “The struggle between law-abiding democracies and murderous terrorist organizations is not a struggle between narratives. It is a struggle between good and evil."

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