Nuclear deal of Iran may boost terrorism

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has recently declared that the ability of Tehran to fund terrorism by giving the Islamic state with billions of dollars in the form of sanctions relief might be reinforced by curbing Iran’s nuclear program. This will lead in increased chaos of terrorism in Middle East, North Africa and beyond. The prime minister expressed his concern over this matter during his visit to the Italian city of Florence. This is the first major overseas visit for the Prime Minister ever since he got re-elected in June. Currently he is on a tour of Italy.

Speaking ahead of a meeting on Saturday evening with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi he compared the threat posed by the Islamic State jihadist group with the “far more serious threat…posed by another Islamic state, the Islamic state of Iran and specifically its pursuit of nuclear weapons”.Speaking ahead of a meeting with his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi ,  he compared the threat posed by the Islamic State jihadist group and another Islamic state, the Islamic state of Iran and specifically its pursuit of nuclear weapons.

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