Israel reserves right to act after powers reach deal with Iran
Home Security Minister Gilead Erdan said Saturday that Israel does not recognize Iran’s right to enrich uranium. in a radio interview, he said that if Tehran is allowed to advance up to the threshold of a nuclear weapon, Israel will consider all its options including the militlary one. He warned that the interim deal returning to the table in the next round of talks between the powers and Iran next Wednesday may well become a permanent accord, if sanctions are eased.
Contradicting US Secretary of State John Kerry, Erdan stressed that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu knew the content of the proposal put before Iran down to the last detail. He also noted that the 200 centrifuges Iran was running to enrich uranium ten years ago had multiplied to 20,000 at present.