We must not be taken in by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s false promise that his country will never develop nuclear weapons,” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Thursday, in response to Rouhani’s NBC interview. This is the man who once boasted that he had hoodwinked the international community in nuclear talks.
The proof of Iran’s intentions is in its deeds, not words. What Tehran is after is a deal for letting go the unimportant part of its nuclear program, while preserving its capabilities for building a nuclear weapon whenever it chooses to do so, said Netanyahu.
Rouhani says Israel is the source of regional instability when all the while his country sends men to butcher innocent Syrians and promotes terrorism across the world.
Asked by the NBC interviewer if he subscribed to Ahmadinejad’s denial of the Nazi Holocaust, Rouhani replied “I’m not a historian.” The Prime minister capped this comment by saying: You don’t have to be a historian to admit to the Holocaust, just a human being.