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Zionist Union’s Herzog: Israel united on Iran nuclear issue

(JNS.org) Zionist Union party leader Isaac Herzog, who was Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stiffest competition during last month’s Israeli election, said there is “no division” along political lines in Israel on the issue of Iran’s nuclear program. Herzog said Sunday, April 12 that the recently reached framework nuclear deal between Iran and world powers poses “real potential risks in the long term. … Israel and the U.S. must reach a strategic understanding that takes into account Israel’s security needs.” We are committed to a determined, all-out fight to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and continue to give full support to this cause. … In this matter, there is no division between the coalition and the opposition.”

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