Israel fears world powers softening on Iran's nuke program
Senior Israeli officials say six world powers have hinted that they could live with Iran retaining several thousand centrifuges, rather than the mere few hundred they had originally demanded as a ceiling.
Israel fears that the United States and other world powers are softening their stance on how many centrifuges Iran would be allowed to retain under a permanent deal on its nuclear program.
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