"The emerging agreement in Lausanne sends a message that there is no price to pay for aggression - on the contrary, Iran gets a prize for its aggression," Netanyahu said.
"Moderate, responsible countries in the region, primarily Israel but other countries as well, will be the first to be harmed by this agreement," he added.
Netanyahu emphasized that he finds it impossible to understand how the powers at Lausanne are averting their eyes to Iran's ongoing aggression in Yemen, where Iran-backed forces are occupying more and more territory.
"But we [in Israel] are not closing our eyes, and we will continue to act against any threat," Netanyahu stressed." Haaretz
I wrote this earlier on my FB page. pl
"I just heard Joe Scarborough, mouthpiece of some strange group, claim that the reason Sunni Iraqis won't rise against IS is that the Iranian Quds Force is in Iraq and the Sunnis fear them more that IS. Joe's view ignores the fact that Sunni Iraqis hate and fear their own Shia dominated government and THAT is the determining factor." pl
Natanyahu's open mouth betrays much. Here is one example.
To be fair, the Saudis are doing much the same thing through several expensive PR companies. pl