Iran says nuclear deal a great defeat for Israel

2015-07-21 11:16

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Tehran - The nuclear deal with the international community was a great defeat for Iran's archrival Israel, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday during a speech to Parliament.

"Never before was the Zionist regime so isolated, even among her own allies," he said.

This is the reason why Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is so furious, "is shouting all over the place" and trying to block the agreement at any cost, he said.

"With this agreement, the decades-long anti-Iran propaganda of the Zionist regime is finally neutralised," said Zarif, who was the chief negotiator on the deal for the Iranian side.

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