Chairman of the Israel Space Agency on the nuclear agreement: “Serious strategic mistake”

The chairman of the Israeli Space Agency, Maj. Gen. Yitzhak Ben-Israel, wrote this morning (Saturday) during a cultural event in Be’er Sheva about the nuclear talks between Iran and the superpowers, and described Israeli pressure on the United States to cancel the nuclear deal as an “amazing strategic mistake.” . He explained in a conversation with Roi Katz: “It is difficult to imagine how Israel, as such a country of sages, made such a mistake. This is the most serious strategic mistake in the country. “

Professor Yitzhak Ben Israel (Photo: Diego Mittelberg)

“An attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities 10-15 years ago could have stopped the process for decades, but today any attack will lead to only a short and temporary delay,” he said. “It’s how to make the Iranians not want a bomb. The answer is very simple – pay them.”

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Ben-Israel added that “the missiles that the Iranians are threatening to fire on Israel, should it attack the miners in its territory, are similar to the concrete missiles that Iraq launched in the Gulf War.”


Source: Maariv.co.il – חדשות מהארץ והעולם by www.maariv.co.il.

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