Assessment: “Iran will not be required to destroy its advanced centrifuges under the revived agreement.”
As President Joe Biden wraps up nuclear negotiations with Teran, Israel is gearing up for a “spectacularly bad” Iran deal, the Israeli media reported. The proposed Biden deal, which is expected to be similar to the 2015 Obama-Kerry nuclear agreement, may allow Iran to keep its nuclear infrastructure, and prevent Israel from striking Iranian nuclear facilities, the draft of the agreement suggests.
According to Israeli media reports, under the new deal Iran may be allowed to retain its nuclear infrastructure — including advance centrifuges to enrich uranium and other facilities tied to its nuclear weapons program.
“You will say, “I will invade a land of unwalled villages; I will attack a peaceful and unsuspecting people—all of them living without walls and without gates and bars” Ez. 38:11 NIV
The proposed deal backed by the Biden administration could also tie Israel’s hands when it comes to striking Iran’s nuclear weapons program. “Israel would plainly not be able to target Iranian enrichment facilities if and when a revived deal was signed,” The Times of Israel reported citing country’s Channel 13 TV broadcaster.
Quoting an unnamed Israeli security official, Channel 13 news reported that while Israel considered the original deal to have been bad, the revived accord taking shape is “spectacularly bad,” as it does not factor in the progress Iran has made since.
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