Under the pact, sanctions were eased in return for a commitment from Iran not to pursue a nuclear bomb, but Iran says it is not reaping the rewards despite complying with the deal. It's unclear whether Iran would agree to those terms. That response could include measures ranging from sanctions to military strikes.
These are the clouds of lies that Europe and the United States opt to cover up in order not to see a panorama bogged down by violence, and anti-Christian and anti-Jewish hatred. His voice of fear was been heard across various capitals, suggesting nothing less than a degree of incitement.
Netanyahu argues the documents show the deal with his country's main enemy was built on a lie - Iran denied having pursued nuclear weapons - and demonstrates it has a secret atomic weapons programme ready to activate at any time.
He also rejected efforts to renegotiate the deal, saying: "We will neither outsource our security, nor will we renegotiate or add on to a deal we have already implemented in good faith".
Rejoining global markets and banking systems, and rebuilding its economy, were major incentives for Iran to give up its nuclear program. "We, the natives, are small fry".
Iran also could respond by ending or limiting the inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency of its nuclear facilities.
On of the sunset clauses allows for the lifting of restrictions on Iran's nuclear enrichment programme after 2025.
He further said that those who argued about his presentation "did not see the material".
"The countries that refused to act against the Iranian aggression have paid a much heavier price than the cost of using force".
"I said it from the start, it has to be either fully fixed or fully nixed", Netanyahu said. 'Indeed at this moment Britain is working alongside the Trump administration and our French and German allies to ensure that they are'. That's viewed with intense by outsiders. Over the weekend, Netanyahu again demanded the world "stop" Iran. The theatrics had done the trick.
The Foreign Secretary has travelled to the United States as part of a last-ditch diplomatic effort to persuade Mr Trump not to pull out of the international accord.
For weeks, U.S. negotiators have been meeting with allies France, the U.K. and Germany to reach a consensus on side agreements responding to U.S. concerns. Iran's purpose was and is the pursuit of nuclear weapons-a goal of a state that inherently seeks to export the Islamic Revolution to assert its hegemony not only in the Middle East, but also throughout the world.
In this Saturday, May 5, 2018 photo provided by U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who is on active duty Hawaii National Guard deployment, ash from the Puu Oo vent on Kilauea volcano rises into the air, near Pahoa, Hawaii.
Israeli belligerence and frothy insistence on voiding the JCPOA has one logical and dangerous consequence.
Iranian President Hassan Rowhani warned Sunday that if the US quits the nuclear deal then Washington will regret it "like never before". They think us atrocious; why disappoint?
James Carafano, a defense policy expert at the Heritage Foundation who worked on the Trump transition explained, "The president laid out some pretty clear stakes in ground for what he wanted from the Europeans".