Kerry: Israel will be safer the day Iran deal is implemented
By MICHAEL WILNER, JPOST.COM STAFF
US Secretary of State John Kerry reiterated on Sunday that Israel will be safer the day the recently-reached deal on Iran's nuclear issue is implemented. Kerry, addressing the Brookings Institution's annual Saban Forum, recognized Israel's concern over Tehran's disputed nuclear ambitions, saying the possibility of a weaponized nuclear Iran stood as an existential threat to Israel."We will not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon. Period. Not now, not ever," he said.
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