Senior officials: US did not try to fool Israel on Iran deal

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November 10, 2013 10:47

 
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Senior diplomatic officials told Israel Radio on Sunday that the nature of the interim nuclear deal with Iran presented to Israel by US officials was much worse than the deal that eventually shaped up in Geneva.

According to the sources, the US did not try to fool Israel on the deal. The Americans backed out of some agreements following Iranian demands, which resulted in Israel remaining in the dark on the true nature of the deal. This, the officials said, was the reason for Israel's harsh criticism of the agreement.

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