Bayit Yehudi MK Naftali Bennett mirrored other statements made by Israeli officials, saying "This day will be remembered as a black day in the history of the free world." "The history books have been rewritten again today, and this period will be deemed particularly grave and dangerous."Bennett's statements come just after the landmark Iranian deal was reached. "Western citizens who get up for another day at work or school, are not aware of the fact that about half a trillion dollars has been transferred to the hands of a terrorist superpower, the most dangerous country in the world, who has promised the destruction of nations and peoples.""Today it may be us, tomorrow it may reach every country in the form of suitcase bombs in London or New York. Israel has done everything possible to warn of danger and in the end it will follow its own interests and will do whatever it takes to defend itself."