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Bennett Warns US of Iran’s Raisi: Last Chance to Wake Up
By Staff, Agencies
“Israeli” Prime Minister Naftali Bennett exemplified solidarity with his predecessor, Benjamin Netanyahu, regarding the possible revival of the Iranian nuclear deal, abandoned by the US in 2018.
The head of the newly elected government in the Zionist entity, Naftali Bennett, said on Sunday that “Israel” continues attempting to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons and called for the US to not revive the 2015 Iranian nuclear deal, abandoned by the Trump administration in 2018.
Bennett started with critical remarks toward the recently-elected Iranian president, Sayyed Ebrahim Raisi, calling him the “brutal henchmen.”
“Raisi’s election is, I would say, the last chance for world powers to wake up before returning to the nuclear agreement, and understand who they are doing business with," he said during his address to cabinet.
Bennett further underscored that "A regime of ‘brutal henchmen’ must never be allowed to have weapons of mass-destruction […] ‘Israel’s’ position will not change on this.”
The 13th presidential election in Iran concluded on Saturday night, with Raisi gaining 17.9 million votes in a turnout of 48.8%.
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