Gal-On: Netanyahu sows despair with remarks on Iran deal

By MAARIV ONLINE
January 17, 2016 10:16

 
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Meretz leader Zehava Gal-On responded, on Sunday, to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's remarks following the lifting of Iran sanctions.

"Netanyahu did not learn from his failure to prevent the Iran deal, and continues his stubborn policy of sowing despair," Gal-On said.

She added that his "threats and fear-mongering are politically-motivated do not reflect Israel's security needs."

Following the news on the implementation of the Iran deal, Netanyahu's office said, "Tehran will continue to destabilize the Middle East and spread terrorism throughout the world."

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