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News ID: 91247
Publish Date : 13 June 2021 - 21:48
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TEL AVIV (Dispatches) – The occupying regime of Israel’s presumptive prime minister Naftali Bennett indicated that he plans to continue Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies vis-à-vis Iran, in his address to the Knesset ahead of the vote to approve a new cabinet under his leadership.
Bennett said that the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action gave Iran international legitimacy and billions of dollars.
A senior diplomatic official in the departing regime said last week that the Biden administration believes that an agreement with Iran is better than his predecessor’s maximum pressure campaign, which they said did not successfully bring Iran to the table under better conditions for the U.S.
The U.S. has been transparent with Israel, and as such, the Zionist regime has said it disagrees, publicly and privately, but has not started a defiant public campaign, the official explained. Netanyahu has made public statements against a return to the Iran deal, but he was more focused on discussions with administration officials, and there has been a strategic dialogue between the security councils in Washington and Jerusalem Al-Quds, the Jerusalem Post reported.
The occupying regime of Israel is continuing to discuss the Iran deal with the Biden administration, in hopes of mitigating the damage, the official added.
Bennett thanked U.S. President Joe Biden for supporting the occupying regime of Israel during its latest aggression against Gaza last month and his “commitment of many years to Israel’s security.”
The Biden administration blocked three UN Security Council statements against Israel, and Biden and his secretary of state Antony Blinken made repeated statements supporting the Zionist regime’s aggression. Biden has also said the U.S. would replenish Israel’s stock of Iron Dome missile batteries.
As for last month’s fighting with Gaza, Bennett said it was “a reminder that the Palestinians are still there”.
“No political constellation will tie our hands and stop us from doing what is needed,” he said. “The Palestinians have to take responsibility for their actions,” he said in his first warmongering remarks as the new Zionist premier.
The incoming prime minister said the new regime “will act to strengthen and expand peace agreements with the Arab world,” and “deepen the connections between citizens of Israel and our neighbors.”TEL AVIV (Dispatches) – The occupying regime of Israel’s presumptive prime minister Naftali Bennett indicated that he plans to continue Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies vis-à-vis Iran, in his address to the Knesset ahead of the vote to approve a new cabinet under his leadership.
Bennett said that the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action gave Iran international legitimacy and billions of dollars.
A senior diplomatic official in the departing regime said last week that the Biden administration believes that an agreement with Iran is better than his predecessor’s maximum pressure campaign, which they said did not successfully bring Iran to the table under better conditions for the U.S.
The U.S. has been transparent with Israel, and as such, the Zionist regime has said it disagrees, publicly and privately, but has not started a defiant public campaign, the official explained. Netanyahu has made public statements against a return to the Iran deal, but he was more focused on discussions with administration officials, and there has been a strategic dialogue between the security councils in Washington and Jerusalem Al-Quds, the Jerusalem Post reported.
The occupying regime of Israel is continuing to discuss the Iran deal with the Biden administration, in hopes of mitigating the damage, the official added.
Bennett thanked U.S. President Joe Biden for supporting the occupying regime of Israel during its latest aggression against Gaza last month and his “commitment of many years to Israel’s security.”
The Biden administration blocked three UN Security Council statements against Israel, and Biden and his secretary of state Antony Blinken made repeated statements supporting the Zionist regime’s aggression. Biden has also said the U.S. would replenish Israel’s stock of Iron Dome missile batteries.
As for last month’s fighting with Gaza, Bennett said it was “a reminder that the Palestinians are still there”.
“No political constellation will tie our hands and stop us from doing what is needed,” he said. “The Palestinians have to take responsibility for their actions,” he said in his first warmongering remarks as the new Zionist premier.
The incoming prime minister said the new regime “will act to strengthen and expand peace agreements with the Arab world,” and “deepen the connections between citizens of Israel and our neighbors.”%MCEPASTEBIN%

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