Beirut’s Friday prayer preacher said: “Israel talks about being in danger and threatened by other countries while they themselves have more than 200 nuclear warheads.”
During his Friday prayer sermon, Beirut’s Friday prayer preacher reacted to Netanyahu’s recent congress speech saying: “Israel talks about being in danger and threatened by other countries while they themselves have more than 200 nuclear warheads.”
Sheikh Ali Fadhlollah stressed on the crimes perpetrated by the regime of Zionism in occupied land of Palestine and questioned the so-called stance taken by Israeli officials against terrorism.
“One of the biggest arsenals belonged to the regime of Zionism,” said the cleric stressing this very line that this regime also forwards its nuclear activities and has access to nuclear weapons.
Netanyahu addressed the US Congress on Tuesday, calling on the United States not to negotiate “a very bad deal” with Iran over its nuclear energy program.
“We’ve been told for over a year that no deal is better than a bad deal. Well this is a bad deal, a very bad deal. We’re better off without it,” he said, adding, “The alternative to this deal is a much better deal; a better deal that doesn’t leave Iran with a vast nuclear infrastructure and such a short breakout point.”
“According to the deal not a single nuclear facility would be demolished,” the Israeli premier noted, claiming that “this deal won’t change Iran for the better, it will only change the Middle East for the worst.”
Iran and the P5+1 countries – Russia, China, Britain, France, and the United States plus Germany – are seeking to seal a comprehensive nuclear deal by July 1. The two sides have already missed two self-imposed deadlines for inking a final agreement since they signed an interim one in the Swiss city of Geneva in November 2013.