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Israeli government responds to Iran nuclear deal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called the recent nuclear deal reached with Iran a "historic mistake." At a conference over the weekend Netanyahu reiterated his concern over the deal saying “I am committed to the security of my people and to the future of my state, and in contrast to periods in the past, we have a loud and clear voice among the nations and we will sound it to warn during times of danger.” Roey Gilad, the Israeli Consul General to the Midwest, joins us to explain why Israel opposes the agreement. (Photo: Israeli Consul General to the Midwest Roey Gilad speaks with Jerome McDonnell in studio. WBEZ/Eilee Heikenen-Weiss)

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