The new Israeli Prime Minister has claimed the formation of an anti-Iranian coalition in the region around the Islamic Republic's nuclear case, which failed to create the slightest consensus against Iran in the past month on the subject of the incident that occurred on the ship of this regime in the Oman Sea, despite lies and heavy espionage.

NOURNEWS - Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced his visit to the United States on Sunday and said he would meet with Joe Biden at the White House on Thursday.

"Iran is rapidly advancing in the field of uranium enrichment and has shortened the time required to build an atomic bomb," he said.

Not only is Iran a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), but as the International Atomic Energy Agency's quarterly reports show, it has repeatedly stated explicitly pursuing its nuclear program for peaceful purposes, but not only is the Zionist regime not a member of the pact, but it also maintains between 200 and 300 nuclear warheads in its arsenal.

Bennett, who is trying to prove himself to Biden, has claimed; "Iran is behaving violently throughout the region, and in my meeting with Biden I will say that now is the time to stop Iran," while the Zionist regime, as the most important pillar of insecurity in West Asia, has always been responsible for widespread crimes in Palestine. The main terrorist acts and sabotage have been in the region.

The new Israeli Prime Minister has claimed the formation of an anti-Iranian coalition in the region, which has failed to create the slightest consensus against our country in the past month, despite lies and espionage against our country over the incident of the regime's ship in the Oman Sea.

There are some important points about Naftali Bennett's recent movements:

First; Faced with the internal crisis as well as the effects of the recent defeat of the Palestinians during Operation Saif al-Quds, Bennett seeks to shift public attention from Palestine to Iran and the nuclear issue to address the political and security crisis, as well as corruption and Cover up the inefficiency of Israeli leaders and, like Netanyahu, continue his political life in the shadow of controversy.

Second; The United States is currently facing a crisis in Afghanistan, and the effects of its tragic defeat and deportation have become a serious political challenge at home and among its allies and mercenaries in the region.

Rising criticism of Biden and his administration for failing in Afghanistan and scandalous deportations, such as the controversial remarks of Francis Fukuyama and the stupid addressing of Joe Biden by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and George W. Bush's accomplice in the attack To Afghanistan, along with Biden's declining popularity in opinion polls and the convening of a Group of Seven meeting to find a solution to the Afghan scandal today, are evidence that underscores the plight of the White House.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Third; Such dramatic trips to Washington by former Zionist prime ministers such as Ehud Olmert, Ehud Barak and Benjamin Netanyahu have always been noisy in the past, but more than a practical effect in strengthening their front against the axis. It has resisted only in the context of news and media controversies and has added to their failures.

Fourth; Iran's peaceful nuclear program is being developed without any ambiguity and is being pursued entirely within the framework of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) regulations and Iran's legal rights. At the will of our country in this regard, it has lost its effectiveness.

Fifth; Obviously, the only way out of the current situation on the Iranian nuclear issue and the stalemate created by the Westerners in the Vienna talks is to change the US-Western approach and accept Iran's legal rights in this regard.

If such an atmosphere could have had an impact on Iran's strong will to pursue its legal rights, the United States and the West would certainly have achieved what they wanted months ago, and there would have been no need for the likes of Naftali Bennett to dance.

BY: Mohammad Ghaderi

NOURNEWS

 

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