Netanyahu: Deal lets Iran gain a nuclear bomb. Israel not bound
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu slammed the interim nuclear deal signed in Geneva early Sunday as “a historic mistake that makes the world a more dangerous place.” Israel is not obligated by this agreement,” he told the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. Iran is committed to Israel’s destruction, he said and "I want to make clear as the prime minister of Israel, Israel will not allow Iran to develop a military nuclear capability." For the deal, Iran made “cosmetic concessions that it can do away with in a matter of weeks,” the prime minister said.