WATCH: Netanyahu Says Iran Deal 'Worse Than Deal That Led to a Nuclear Arsenal in North Korea'

'The deal being formulated will pave Iran's path to the production of very many atomic bombs and it will also channel to Iran hundreds of billions of dollars that will serve its aggression and terrorism in our region.'

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the weekly cabinet meeting on June 28, 2015.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the weekly cabinet meeting on June 28, 2015.Credit: Alex Kolomoisky
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Netanyahu: The deal being formulated will pave Iran's path to the production of very many atomic bombs and it will also channel to Iran hundreds of billions of dollars that will serve its aggression and terrorism campaigns in our region and around the world.

This is a bad deal -- in my opinion it is worse than the deal with North Korea that led to a nuclear arsenal in North Korea.

But this is both a non-conventional threat, and a very large conventional threat to Israel, the countries of the region and the world.

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