Israel warns of Iran’s continued nuclear R&D, problematic inspection

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(Worthy News) – An Israeli government official said Tuesday evening that “According to the agreement, can be warned up to 24 days before being visited by inspectors. It’s as if police who want to raid a drug lab would give the criminals 24 days warning — it is inconceivable.”

Iran, the official explained, will receive $500-700 billion over the next 15 years that will consolidate the ayatollahs’ rule.

“It can be said with certainty that the money will be transferred to support terrorism and other proxy states. Iran can use the money within Iran itself to enforce its uncompromising rule. The money will not serve human rights or economic development that will lead to economic welfare, on the contrary. It will not lead to the government being replaced, but rather the opposite. The regime will only be strengthened,” the official said. “The economic boost that Iran will get it will be used mainly to consolidate its aggressive and terrorist capacity in the area.”

“We will fight this agreement until we have nothing left to fight with. This agreement is as we had feared, a bad one, not good for Israel and the region,” he went on to say. [ Source ]

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