Israel rejected emerging Iran deal
November 9 , 2013
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the emerging nuclear deal between Iran and the western powers is "bad" and mentioned that his country will do everything in its power to defend itself.
Israel believes that Iran can't be forced to dismantle its nuclear program if international pressure is eased.
John Kerry decided to fly to Geneva and join the nuclear talks after there were signs of this deal between Iran and global powers.
"I understand the Iranians are walking around very satisfied in Geneva as well they should because they got everything and paid nothing," Netanyahu said. "They wanted relief of sanctions after years of grueling sanctions, they got that. They paid nothing because they are not reducing in any way their nuclear enrichment capability."