Peace in the Middle East Started “When the Gulf Countries Saw that Somebody [Trump] Was Willing to Stand Up to Iran” – Former Israeli President Netanyahu Warns Against Biden’s Iran Deal

 

Former Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out against Iran in an interview on FOX News with Mark Levin.  This show will air tonight. 

Former Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu speaks out against Iran.

In an interview airing Sunday on “Life, Liberty & Levin“, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned against the U.S. potentially empowering the terrorist-supporting regime in Tehran by going ahead with approving a new nuclear deal.

Netanyahu told host Mark Levin that when the regime currently led by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Ebrahim Raisi is armed with nuclear weapons, they can threaten anyone they want while also having the boosted defense capabilities that nukes provide.

Netanyahu says the following:

The real meetings which were clandestine at the time took place when the gulf countries saw that somebody was willing to stand up to Iran.  So we formed, basically this tacit alliance, based on our common security concern with Iran.

The Biden regime is attempting to put in place a deal with Iran that gives them everything they want. The concern then is that the country will use the money and lack of sanctions to build nukes that Netanyahu believes will be used against Israel and the United States.  This is not peace.  This is not in the US’s best interest.

Biden’s Iran deal is insane. 

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