Ya'alon said Iran nuclear deal is Western 'surrender to charm offensive'

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November 24, 2013 13:49

 
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The agreement signed between the P5+1 countries and Iran is a "historic mistake" and a "surrender to the Iranian charm and smiles offensive, and to Iranian fraud, which is aimed at gaining time, without the Iranian nuclear program being substantially harmed," Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Sunday.

Speaking from Canada, where he is attending a conference of defense ministers, Ya'alon said the agreement "allows Iran to enter the family nations despite being the most active and flourishing activator of terrorism in the world, which sends its deadly and uncurbed deadly arms across the globe, first and foremost against Western states, as regime representative sit at the able in Geneva."

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