Impact Of Netanyahu’s “Iran Lied” Speech Is Being Felt

    Photo is of Prime Minister Netanyahu giving the speech revealing Iran’s plans Monday evening.
    Impact Of Netanyahu’s “Iran Lied” Speech
    Is Being Felt
    The following came from The Israel Project (TIP) in response to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s “Iran Lied” speech Monday. TIP, which educates the media and other opinion leaders about Israel, receives funding from the Birmingham Jewish Federation’s Israel-World Jewry Bureau.
    Monday, we learned Iran has been lying to the world about its nuclear program all along.
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled 100,000 secret Iranian files captured by Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency. The revelations are truly staggering:
    • Iran had a secret nuclear program that sought to “design, produce and test 5 warheads, each with 10 kiloton TNT yield for integration on a missile.”
    • Iran lied to the world, and to this day, denies this program even existed.
    • Iran preserved and expanded its nuclear know-how for future use even AFTER the nuclear deal was signed.
    • Iran has the 3 capabilities necessary to become a nuclear threshold state: Enriched Uranium, research on nuclear weaponization and ballistic missiles that could carry a nuclear warhead.
    The danger of what these documents expose cannot be understated. Iran repeatedly threatens to “raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground.” Today we learned how they could do it — a nuclear bomb developed by this secret program.
    Iran’s war against Israel has started. The first blows are already happening in Syria. It is only going to escalate after today. And all of Israel is danger.
    Israel needs us all fighting by her side.You can count on TIP to keep you informed as more comes out from Monday’s bombshell. Thank you for your continued support.

    Click to watch Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech.


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