Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Obama’s nuclear deal with the Iranian regime a “great historic blunder.”
From the Prime Minister’s website:
“I am very concerned that the Lausanne framework would repeat and is repeating these mistakes. I think that freeze and inspect is not an adequate substitute for dismantle and remove. And in fact, there’s not even a real freeze, because under the Lausanne framework, Iran is left with the ability to develop with R&D advanced centrifuges that actually advance its nuclear program. And needless to say, I don’t think there’s any effective inspection. So I think the repetition of these mistakes is a great historic blunder. And I think we can learn all the good things that have happened on the Korean peninsula, but also the bad things that have happened in the nuclear negotiations.”
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In 2013 North Korea threatened nuclear war on South Korea.