By: Herb Keinon
Date: July 1, 2019
More proof will soon be provided to prove that Iran has
been lying “all the time” about its nuclear development program, Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday, just hours after Tehran confirmed that
it had gone beyond the 300 kilograms of low-enriched uranium allowed under the
2015 nuclear deal.
Netanyahu, speaking at a ceremony honoring outstanding reserve soldiers at Beit Hanasi, said that when Israel exposed Iran's nuclear archives in 2018, “we proved that the entire nuclear agreement with Iran is based on one big lie. Now even Iran admits it. Soon there will be more proof that Iran has lied all the time.”
Iran, Netanyahu said, “is making a significant step”
towards the production of nuclear weapons. “I say it again, Israel will not
let Iran develop nuclear weapons.”
Netanyahu called on the European countries to fulfill their commitments under the nuclear agreement to snapback sanctions against Iran once it violates the nuclear agreement.
“Do it, just do it,” he urged.