Bennett: ‘Bad’ Iran deal increases need for military action

Economics Minister Naftali Bennett speaks during a meeting of his Jewish Home faction at the Knesset, on Monday, July 22 (photo credit:  Flash90)

Economics Minister Naftali Bennett speaks during a meeting of his Jewish Home faction at the Knesset, on Monday, July 22 (photo credit: Flash90)

Economics minister and Jewish Home leader says Israel cannot ‘sit idly by’ while world allows Iran to be 6 weeks from the bomb

(SOURCE)  Economics and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home) said Saturday that a “bad deal” with Iran on curbing its nuclear program would “increase the need for Israeli [military] action.”

“If there will be a deal which would allow Iran to have the ability to ‘break out’ and build a bomb within six weeks, we cannot sit idly by in this situation and we will examine all the options,” Bennett told Channel 2 Saturday evening.

 The Jewish Home leader’s latest statements came as top world diplomats were in Geneva Saturday working on a deal with Iran on its nuclear program, for the fourth consecutive day.

The goal is a six-month agreement to partially freeze Iran’s nuclear program while offering Iran incentives through limited sanctions relief. If the interim deal then holds, the parties would negotiate final stage deals to ensure Iran does not build nuclear weapons.

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