‘Iran deal put us on cruise control heading over a cliff,’ former envoy warns


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(Worthy News) – Former Israeli Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer this week defended his government’s positions that encouraged the to leave the 2015 deal, and supported ’s current position that the US must leave a option on the table and signal that Iran cannot develop nuclear weapons

Speaking on Tuesday in a Zoom seminar held by the Jewish Institute for National of America (JINSA), in conversation with JINSA President and CEO Michael Makovsky, the former envoy said he stands by his previously expressed stance that US withdrawal from the deal (also known as the JCPOA) under the administration was the single-most important decision that any president had made for Israel’s national security.

While that decision didn’t end the Iranian threat, it was a “critical means to an end” because the JCPOA provided a legal framework for Iran to achieve nuclear status once the deal’s provisions ended, rather than block it entirely, he said. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]

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