Benjamin Netanyahu just called out the global community with 42 seconds

Iran is now flush with cash to speed its development of things it is not supposed to possess…for ten to fifteen years according to the deal just made (and that assumes they don’t cheat but they will be inspecting themselves so how will we know).


Iran denies any interest in nuclear weapons.

Describing the greatest danger to the world as “the coupling of militant Islam with nuclear weapons”, Netanyahu said the Iran nuclear deal may well “prove to be the marriage certificate of that unholy union”.

Netanyahu has been a vocal critic of the agreement that was reached among the USA, five world powers, and Iran in July, claiming it would threaten the survival and security of his nation. “Imagine what Iran will do after those sanctions are lifted”. “Third, use sanctions and all the tools available to you to tear down Iran’s global terror network”.

“The secretary-general reiterated his call on Israel to cease all settlement activity and demolitions while enabling access for Palestinians to a fair planning system”, the spokesman said. I lost my beloved brother Yoni…

Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday said in his United Nations address that the Palestinian people are not bound by agreements signed with Israel.

“I have to say I have yet to hear any condemnation from President Abbas and the Palestinian Authority”, Netanyahu told Kerry.

Moscow said yesterday a mortar fell on the embassy compound in the Syrian capital on Sunday without causing damage and blamed forces battling President Bashar al-Assad and their “outside sponsors” for the shelling.

Whether the implications of Abbas’ speech would play out differently in the West Bank and in Gaza, where the Palestinian Authority’s governing Fatah party has little influence, also remains to be seen.

The days when the Jewish people remain passive in the face of genocidal enemies, those days are over.

He sought to place the blame for stalled talks on the Palestinians.

“How can Israel make peace with a Palestinian partner who even refuses to sit at the negotiating table?” “The peace process began over two decades ago, yet despite the best efforts of six Israeli prime ministers – Rabin, Peres, Barak, Sharon, Olmert and myself – the Palestinians have consistently refused to end the conflict and make peace with Israel….”


“President Abbas, stop spreading lies about Israel’s alleged intentions on the Temple Mount”. Israel is committed to the status quo; Israel is maintaining the status quo.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem