Tel Aviv: Former Head Of Israel’s Intelligence Agency Mossad, Ephraim Hellevi, Has Claimed That The Policies Of Former Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu Have Played A Key Role In Bringing Iran Closer To Acquiring Nuclear Weapons.
According to the news, in an exclusive interview given to the prestigious Israeli newspaper Hertz, Ephraim Hellevi advised the Israeli government to start talks with the Palestinian resistance organization Hamas.
It should be noted that during the first term of former Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, he served as the head of Mossad.
He told Hertz in response to a question that it was a mistake for former Prime Minister Netanyahu to sabotage the nuclear deal with Iran because it brought Iran closer to acquiring nuclear weapons. ۔
It should be noted that during the administration of former US President Barack Obama, Netanyahu played a very important role in pulling it out of the nuclear deal with Iran and he considered it his success. When the United States pulled Iran out of the nuclear deal, it was President Donald Trump’s government.
According to Ephraim Healy, he has given a lot of thought to this and has come to the conclusion that it was a big mistake.
The former head of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad says that if we take a closer look at the situation after the withdrawal of former President Donald Trump from the agreement, it will become clear that the situation against Iran has worsened since then. ۔
In response to Hertz’s query, Ephraim Hellevier said that the Israeli rulers themselves were now saying that Iran had never been as close as it is now in the race to acquire nuclear weapons. “What greater proof could there be that your previous policies were completely wrong and your strategy was flawed,” he said.
He warned that the failure of former Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu could turn into a historic failure.
“I am convinced that breaking the nuclear deal with Iran was a big mistake,” he said. “I still support the idea that it is a mistake to ignore this option and limit yourself,” he said.
“If you ask me, I will say that you are still doing yourself a disservice by not returning to this option,” he said. He claimed that another major mistake made by former Prime Minister Netanyahu was to expose Mossad’s covert operations against Iran, even though he thought it would defame Iran. Will
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Asked by Hertz, former Mossad chief Ephraim Helvey made it clear that the nuclear deal was an incomplete deal, but in the absence of any compromise, it was a better way to start talks. He said that Israel and Iran could also talk through it. He said that different options could have come up in the same way.
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Ephraim Healy suggested direct talks with Hamas in an interview. It should be noted that Hamas has full control over the Gaza Strip.