Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed U.S. President Donald Trump’s “brave and correct” decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, vowing that Israel would respond to any subsequent aggression.
In a televised address just moments after Trump announced his decision, Netanyahu said: “The Iranian deal was “a recipe for disaster, a disaster for our region, a disaster for the peace of the world”.
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He added that Israel “greatly appreciates” the US presidents decision.
Saudi Arabia has also said it “supports and welcomes”Trump’s decision to pull out from the JCPOA.
RT reports: Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman also lauded Trump’s announcement, calling it “brave leadership” that would bring down the Iranian “regime.” Israel has long advocated dismantling the Iranian nuclear deal.
In early May, Netanyahu accused Iran of violating the deal and seeking nuclear weapons in an elaborate presentation. The Israeli prime minister went through his presentation on big screens, showing PowerPoint slides of what he said was incriminating evidence of Tehran violating the terms of the nuclear deal.
Netanyahu’s claims were mostly met with skepticism by other world leaders. Trump, however, rushed to support his words, saying that information provided by Israel shows that Iran had a “robust, clandestine nuclear weapons program.”
In the meantime, the Israeli military has been put on high alert following Trump’s latest announcement. The move came as the Israeli military and intelligence services allegedly spotted irregular Iranian military movement in Syria, which they said were “preparations” for an attack against Israel.
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