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01 May 2018, 04:50 | Bernice Figueroa
Big news Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech on the Iran nuclear deal follows the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's visit to Israel on Sunday
Israel considers Iran to be its biggest threat, citing Tehran's hostile rhetoric, support for militants and growing influence in the region. It is unlikely that any of the European governments will have an independent intelligence capacity to challenge the accuracy of the Israeli claim, and none of them will have the political capacity to challenge it if America claims to have substantiated it.
Israel's alleged obtaining of Iran's secret nuclear archive appears to be an impressive intelligence coup.
Mr Netanyahu referred to a secret Iranian nuclear project, codenamed "Amad", which he said had been shelved in 2003, but he said work in the field had continued.
The United States is aware of the information just released by Israel and continues to examine it carefully.
That's because Trump has long proclaimed the Iran accord as "the worst ever". "It should never have been concluded".
"You know this is an agreement that wasn't approved by too many people and it's a awful agreement for the United States.we gave Iran $150 billion dollars and $1.8 billion in cash".
After the talks, Pompeo said Trump had "a comprehensive Iran plan that is created to counter the full array of threats emanating from Tehran". "This deal is very flawed", Pompeo said during a joint appearance with Netanyahu.
Iran's state IRNA news agency said Netanyahu was "famous for his ridiculous shows", while the semiofficial Fars agency called the press conference "a propaganda show". But Netanyahu has now presented documentary evidence from Iran's own files to back that up.
Moments before Netanyahu spoke Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted: "The boy who can't stop crying wolf is at it again". Undeterred by cartoon fiasco at UNGA. You know, this is an agreement that wasnt approved by too many people.
He then laid out what he said was a years-old secret nuclear weapons programme stored away and which he could be put into action at any time.
"All it does is vindicate the need for the  nuclear deal", Malley added.
However, many disagree and view Netanyahu's presentation as evidence that the 2015 nuclear agreement was a failure and Iran can not be trusted.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday accused Iran of continually expanding the range of its nuclear-capable missiles, violating its landmark deal to curb its nuclear program. United Nations nuclear inspectors have reported 10 straight times that Iran has capped its most sensitive nuclear work that could be used to develop a bomb.
Matt Duss, a foreign policy advisor to Sen.
Netanyahu's office described the material as the "exposure of the documents on the Iranian plan to achieve nuclear weapons".
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